For more than 20 years, Cybernet customers across a variety of industries, ranging from banking and government to healthcare and education, have been deploying our enterprise computers in pioneering and unique ways.
All of our enterprise grade computers have long life-cycles, are designed to function under rough conditions and come standard with an unparalleled, rich feature set. From the office to the warehouse to even being mounted on a forklift, our enterprise computers and enterprise tablets provide the durability and resilience our customers have come to expect from the entire line of Cybernet products.
Industrial Grade Components
3 - 5 Year Product Life Cycle
U.S.-Based Technical Support
Manufacturer with U.S. Production
Many OEMs use Cybernet's enterprise computers and tablets as the main controller behind their hardware. Our systems:
Know that your OEM hardware and software will run smoothly on any of our OEM systems. With Cybernet, you get a partner committed to working with you to ensure that your OEM product is a success. Whether it's prototyping or customization, we'll work with you to transform your concept into reality.
Non-critical care facilities including hospitals, long-term care providers, and other types of medical clinics require computers that are reliable, durable, and resilient, with a feature set not found in consumer-grade computers. While non-critical care facilities do not always require medical grade computers, they do require computers that are both dependable and long-lasting. Our enterprise grade computers and tablets are used in a variety of medical settings, including:
Kiosk computers are more widely being used to improve services and lower costs in a variety of industries:
Kiosk computers and check-in terminals can be found almost everywhere as a service to consumers and users. Airports use check-in computers to speed up check-in and reduce the amount of time people spend in line. Even libraries have kiosks for checking out your books without the need for assistance.
The benefits of using a Cybernet computer as a Kiosk computer are many. With our industrial grade components, the three to five-year product life cycle and our low fail rate, you can be assured that a Cybernet computer can handle the stress of dealing with the public and the elements without a malfunction.
Thanks to advances in technology, more and more enterprise computers are now being used to monitor and control scientific and industrial processes. Whether it's part of a biotech firm's solution to bring into full focus what's happening under a microscope for NASA or monitoring how metal is cut for an industrial application, Cybernet's enterprise computers are up for the task. Since our entire line has been engineered to support legacy ports and features RAID/dual hard drive capabilities, it is easy to see why Cybernet enterprise computers are often included as part of a comprehensive industrial solution.
Our true industrial computers, including our Mini Rugged PCs and Panel PCs, are perfect for settings that require computers that can withstand extreme conditions.
Our enterprise tablet PCs are made from industrial grade components and offer numerous features not found on consumer grade tablets, including:
All of our enterprise tablets are engineered with business and industry applications in mind. They also come with an optional rugged case designed to protect each unit from damage if dropped. The convenient carrying handle allows the end user to maintain a firm grip on the tablet, which reduces the likelihood of it being dropped.
Because Cybernet's enterprise computers are made with industrial grade components, they have a fail rate of less than 2%. In fact, the MTBF rate of Cybernet's computers is 50k hours, which is approximately 5.7 years if used continuously.
While it might be tempting to buy a consumer grade computer for around a thousand dollars, it is not likely to be a cost-effective decision in the long run. Recent studies have found that many consumer grade computers fail within 18 months in a business setting, which costs both time and money, not to mention a reduction in employee productivity. Unfortunately, they just weren't designed to withstand the daily stresses that are placed on them. At Cybernet, we pride ourselves in manufacturing computers that are built to last, even in the most extreme environments.
What's more, consumer grade computers usually:
Equally important to keep in mind is the fact that consumer grade computers also require more oversight from an IT department since there are typically many varieties of computers being used at the same time, as opposed to a single type of computer with imaging done by the manufacturer.
Should a Cybernet computer fail, a replacement computer is shipped out, preloaded with your software and configured to the same specifications of the other computers from us that you already have.
Cybernet is the pioneer in high-performance, all in one PC technology. Since 1996, we have focused our efforts on designing and manufacturing all-in-one computers customized for our customers' unique environments and computing needs. That singular focus, combined with our commitment to quality, is why we are a trusted source for high-quality all in one computers.
As the original manufacturer of our computers, we make changes based on our customers' feedback. Instead of dealing with a reseller, you are speaking with the original design manufacturer. Not only do we know the products better than any reseller, we can work with you to customize your computers to meet your needs.
A.C.T Lighting had several technical requirements for the PC they would choose to run their onPC command wing system. The PC had to be compact with a small footprint. It would need to have processor speed that could handle their software and the systems being controlled. The PC would need a video card that handled discrete graphics. It would need to be rugged enough to survive being on the road and outdoors.
Although not a requirement, the system would need two Ethernet connections (either built-in or with an adapter) to be able to control lighting and video simultaneously, which is becoming a requirement for many entertainment events.
Implement Cybernet All-in-One PCs with touchscreens. Perfect technology specs, superb reliability and durability.
Cybernet's iOne-H5 has the ideal touch screen technology, speed, and durability to keep our lighting systems working perfectly in diverse conditions - indoors and out.
W.M., Director of Software Support and Development
All-in-one PCs with the right features to integrate into their systems.
Leak Detection Associates manufactures integrated systems that test packaging integrity and stability in several vertical markets. These systems consist of detection equipment, proprietary software and PCs to operate the system.
When Leak Detection Associates redesigned the system and enclosure, they used Cybernet all-in-one PCs because they had the right set of features to integrate with their system, with the reliability needed to support their end user customers' 24/7 operations.
Cybernet's all-in-one PCs had the ideal combination of reliability and set of features we needed for our leak detection systems, including serial connections, choice of OS, and touch screens.
J.M.L., Vice-President of Engineering
Amphenol TCS was seeking more reliable PCs for the Quality Control operations in their manufacturing facilities. The motherboards on their PCs repeatedly shut down the inspection stations. If the connectors did not pass QC (quality control), they could not ship, threatening Amphenol's own reputation as a dependable supplier.
In their extremely competitive industry, Amphenol's customers not only demand high performance, but near-absolute reliability. These concerns for Amphenol arose at their manufacturing facilities in Latin America, China and Malaysia, where technicians use an automated visual inspection system for quality control of the finished parts.
Replaced PCs with Cybernet All in One Touchscreen PCs. Substantially improved reliability for QC operations, saved space on busy factory & reduced maintenance costs.
I am pleased with the space savings and the reliability is fantastic.
D.M., Lead Engineer
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