PacsOne Server ,free PACS server

PacsOne Server or PACS Server In One Box, is a DICOM 3.0 compliant free PACS server application that combines the following components in one server or one box
* A DICOM server.
* A PACS server which uses open source MySQL database.
* A Web server which uses open source Apache 2.0 HTTP server and PHP (recursive acronym for “PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor”) scripting engine for web user interface.

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The benefits of PacsOne versus the traditional PACS servers are:
* It is free (Basic Edition) or low-cost (Premium Edition) since it uses open source MySQL database and Apache web servers.
* It is less complicated. It makes the life of a PACS administrator a lot easier since there is only ONE instead of multiple servers or boxes to maintain.
* Choose your favorite hardware platform, whether it is a PC, workstation, fully-fledged server with RAID disk arrays, blade server or even a laptop, to install and run PacsOne server software.
* Choose your favorite software operating system, whether it is Linux, Mac OS X, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 Server, or Vista.
* IT infrastructure integration. Archiving of the PACS database is just as simple as backing up files on a regular server, which makes PacsOne fit seamlessly into the rest of IT infrastructure of the entire organization. A PACS administrator has the freedom to choose their favorite backup solutions, software and/or archive media.

K-PACS Server

K-PACS Server
–  Store SCP (Service Class Provider)

Server connection and file import/export:
–  Export of native DICOM data (with option for anonymization) e.g. into the current DicomWorks folder
–  Format conversion from DICOM to JPEG and Bitmap and vice versa
–  Query/Retrieve SCU (Service Class User) on patient, study and series level
–  Move SCU
–  Store SCU from local K-PACS database or external DICOM data (e.g. CDs) to target archives
–  Printing of DICOM images on Windows® printers
–  Possibility to modify DICOM tags
–  Supported DICOM data compression: uncompressed, JPEG-Lossless (J1), JPEG-lossy (J4)
–  2-Click email export of DICOM studies with or without anonymization, compression or encryption

–  comfortable series preview bar with thumbnails
–  Compare / tile-screen mode: between series of one study, different studies or different patient
–  Regular tools: cine, zoom, magnifier, pan, windowing
–  Measuring: distance, density (HE)

–  Windows 2000/XP
–  Hard disc with fast access time and big internal cache
–  Monitor with 1280×1024 pixel (1,3 MP) resolution
–  Mouse with scroll wheel
–  Pentium IV Processor (Athlon XP class)
–  512 MB RAM (1024 MB for large archives)
–  100 Mbit/s network connection