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Your Personal CloudPACS

Medical image storage, sharing and visualisation

Upload, store and share your medical images CD in 3 simple steps. Your physician will have immediate acces to your data. No more CDs, mailing or generic data transfer services. Save your medical images to Cloud and never worry about them. Find out more!

CloudPacs : An intuitive, scalable, hybrid platform which combines DICOM standards with web-based technologies, specifically designed for medical data archival, retrieval, visualisation and collaboration. Improved Professional Communication and Team Collaboration will lead to better medical care. Both patients and medical staff will benefit from low response time. Find out more!

Services and products


Save your images in the cloud. Our servers offer you the best performance and accesibility. Security is a very important concern, we've implemented the same open standards used by banks/military. We're providing full availability of your data for the timespan you need.


Easily share your medical images with another person through cloud storage. Your physician can study them online, adnotate or download. You can grant or deny different types of permission at any time.


Medical images, once stored on the cloud, can be visualised any time and anywhere in your favourite browser, on your computer or mobile device. No installation is required! You can even link the viewer to your PACS by using our DICOM proxy. Have your PACS with you, anywhere!

Personalised solutions..


..based on your needs. A dedicated team is eager to help you build your business. Fulfilling your needs is fun for us and good for you! Discuss your project requirements and maintenance needs with our experts and receive personalized feedback.

What does PACS mean?

Picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is a medical imaging technology which provides economical storage and convenient access to images from multiple modalities. Most PACSs handle images from various medical imaging instruments, including ultrasound (US), magnetic resonance (MR), Nuclear Medicine imaging, positron emission tomography (PET), computed tomography (CT), endoscopy (ES), mammograms (MG), digital radiography (DR) etc

What does DICOM mean?

The standard for storing, transmitting and printing medical images is called DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine). It includes a file format definition and a network communications protocol which allows integration of medical imaging devices – like scanners, servers, workstations, printers, network hardware, and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) – from multiple manufacturers. DICOM has been widely adopted by both small practitioners and very large institutions.

Why dicom.link?

Because we want to make things simple so that you, our user, can benefit the best in communication standards, highest security and maximum efficacy. You will not be bothered with technical details difficult to deal with, everything will be one click away. We're working for you!

Your benefits

Latest technology. Time. Security.

Share your medical images from CD / folder

Easily performed by uploading them to the cloud with our specialised webapp: give up standard mailing and other generic data transfer services; geographic distances won't matter anymore, everyone will benefit instant availability. You have full control of you data, you can grant or deny different types of permission at any time.

Storage and visualisation

Storage is done in secure and high performance environments. Security is provided by the same open standards used by banks or government agencies and the risk of data loss is considerabl lowered due to implemented data redundancy; There's no more need to manage your own protection and backup of your CD. View your images with our webapp or your preferred DICOM software.

Second opinion

Patients seek online for confirmation of a diagnostic. Ensure the accuracy of your diagnostic by consulting our specialists, our most valuable resource. An accurate diagnostic matters the most when it involves major procedures (eg. surgery) or it is oncologic by nature.