The companies will provide clients joint products intended to help archive medical data, manage information lifecycle and recover from disasters, BridgeHead said Friday.
That software also includes control features intended to help healthcare organizations encrypt and compress medical data.
Dave Nesvisky, NetApp senior director of healthcare, said BridgeHead will integrate its software with NetApp’s storage platform with the goal of helping hospitals focus on patient care.
NetApp intends for healthcare providers to implement data infrastructure and conduct scalable and agile operations, BridgeHead said.
The companies will initially market its joined products to information technology personnel at medical facilities in Europe and North America.