Cybernet HeadquartersThis is Cybernet’s new blog where we will discuss all the news, views, opinions, and trends within the world of all-in-one computer technology. These are exciting times in the industry, so we plan to keep you up to date on the latest, and encourage you to take part in the discussions with your comments, questions, and posts.

First, a little history.

Cybernet was founded in 1996 with the mission of developing a line of all-in-one computers for B2B markets, and that has been the company’s primary focus ever since. Cybernet is in the position of being the industry pioneer when it comes to all-in-one computer technology. Our early products included one of the most unique examples of all-in-one computers to this day: a PC encased in a keyboard. It was called the Keyboard PC Station, or KPS (and our latest version of this product is called the “zero footprint PC” – the ZPC-GX31). A few years later as LCD monitors became more affordable and commonplace in office environments, we created an LCD PC, with the computer components housed inside the monitor, and access to media drives and ports along the sides. As we entered the health care market, we took it a step further and designed a medical grade computer that can be used in sterile environments, and a fanless all in one PC that reduces dust and debris to maintain interior air quality in industrial facilities or hospitals. We’ve truly seen it all when it comes to all-in-one technology, but we’re not done yet.

Where are we going next? That’s where our customers come in. We get our new product ideas from them, and they drive our R&D efforts. As we work with our customers to discover new ways to integrate high-performance computing power into smaller packages in a growing number of business environments, they become our sounding board and our proving ground. Some of the applications we’re now developing include point-of-sale (POS) PCs for retail markets, kiosk PCs for business and government, and specialized systems to mount or transport all in one medical computers. We also stay current with where the technology will take us as it evolves, with computer components growing smaller and more versatile, and processors becoming more powerful. All of that means a continuing stream of innovation into the future.

What do you think the future will bring in all-in-one computing technology? Join the conversation and let us know what you think.