SOURCE: RocketStream, Inc.

August 04, 2008 08:30 ET

OraMetrix Streamlines Precision Orthodontic Treatment Using RocketStream™ Accelerated Data Transfer Suite

RocketStream's Breakthrough File Transfer Software Simplifies and Speeds Transmission of High-Resolution CT Images for Orthodontics

RICHARDSON, TX and MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwire - August 4, 2008) - RocketStream, Inc., a subsidiary of Voyant International Corporation (OTCBB: VOYT) and a developer of technologies and solutions to accelerate digital content delivery over high-bandwidth IP networks, and OraMetrix, Inc., provider of innovative 3-D technology solutions facilitating and improving the quality of orthodontic care, announced today that OraMetrix has selected the RocketStream™ data transfer solution to streamline data transfers for the SureSmile orthodontic treatment process.

The SureSmile orthodontic treatment process uses an advanced 3-D scan to create a high-resolution model of a patient's mouth. Orthodontists then use computer models to create a treatment plan customized to each patient. The most recent version of the SureSmile software supports the use of 3D Cone Beam Computed Tomography, which generates large data files that must be sent to OraMetrix facilities to create precise archwires tailored for each patient.

"Because of the large size of the CT images, we have been using a manual CD-ROM and conventional 'snail mail' to transfer this data," explained Phil Getto, chief technology officer at OraMetrix. "RocketStream provides our orthodontists with an easy-to-use and powerful tool for transmitting these files at speeds much faster than traditional FTP. RocketStream's security features ensure that patient records remain secure, and the built-in reliability features ensure integrity of the data. As a result, our patients obtain great smiles in less time."

"Advances in dental and medical imaging are creating extremely large amounts of data that must be transferred between diverse locations," added Jay Elliot, president of RocketStream. "FTP was developed in the early days of the Internet and was never designed to handle such large files or to provide stringent security. RocketStream solves both of these problems, accelerating file transfers by up to 200 times faster than FTP and encrypting data in transit, and consequently, the dental and medical imaging market represents an excellent fit for the RocketStream solution."

About OraMetrix

Based in Richardson, Texas with over 80 employees, the company offers a proprietary technology system, the SureSmile system, which uses precision digital tools throughout all phases of the orthodontic treatment process -- diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring, and archwire customization. For orthodontists, SureSmile provides more precision, efficiency and control while patients experience shorter treatment times, less overall discomfort and fewer office visits. More information can be found at

About RocketStream

RocketStream is a software-based file transfer acceleration solution that makes data transfers fast, easy to use, secure, and reliable. RocketStream is the ideal way to transfer large files over long-distances, without requiring additional spending on new hardware. Available in client/server and point-to-point architectures, RocketStream is capable of speeds up to 200 times faster than FTP. The powerful RocketStream Protocols overcome the detrimental effects of network latency on file transfers and operate over any IP network -- private line, VPN, or Internet -- regardless of whether the physical medium is electrical, fiber, satellite, or wireless. RocketStream is a subsidiary of Voyant International Corp. (OTCBB: VOYT). More information can be found at

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