AW Server Description
The AW Server
is a portal to a portfolio of robust, easy-to-use clinical applications to streamline
image post-processing and synergize the major imaging modalities: CT, MR, PET,
SPECT, and Interventional. The AW
Server converts virtually any PC, laptop, or PACS desktop into a 2D, 3D, and 4D
post-processing workstation. The
system lets you remotely review and share images in real time, enabling
collaboration with internal clinicians and referring physicians.
The AW Server
helps build seamless clinical workflows that can reduce unnecessary and
repetitive tasks, facilitating greater efficiency to your department.
is divided into these three main steps:
- Pre install
- Focused site readiness planning.
- Early discussion of your IT department involvement in the
project to avoid future challenges.
Keeping your IT
department up-to-date on equipment delivery and installation
- To reduce your internal resource challenges, a GE
network specialist can visit your site to test the network.1
- GE defines a single point of contact to facilitate communication
throughout the entire project.
- GE coordinates the hardware installation.
- GE coordinates software and network configuration.
- Change management is overseen by
experienced GE IT professionals to avoid adding another project to your IT
department’s to-do list.
- Install multiple clients to access applications on the server based on
- GE tests the completed installation to ensure that all requirements have
been met and that your system functions as specified
- GE trains you and your staff in system operation &
applications to ensure that you are able to use the AW Server system to its
- E-learning and Distributed
Teaching are used to enhance the overall learning experience.
1. Some additional catalogs items may be required for onsite
network support. Any hardware changes recommended by the network team are a
responsibility of the customer.