Cybernet’s Medical Grade Computers a Great Success at HIMSS Show
March 26, 2012. Irvine, CA. Cybernet made a big splash at the HIMSS conference and trade show in Las Vegas last month with their expanded line of medical grade computers. The Cybernet booth displayed a wide range of medical grade devices, ranging from 15-inch to 19-inch and widescreen all-in-one PCs, to fanless models, to the unique new medical grade Windows tablet, the CyberMed T10. Attendance at HIMSS was at an all-time high, and Cybernet had a very busy booth. Their new CyberMed T10 tablet generated lots of excitement and interest not only from health care CIOs, but also from Cybernet’s competitors. The reasons it’s getting attention: the CyberMed T10 is antimicrobial, it’s Windows-based, and has the lowest price in its class.
Cybernet is the industry pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, and their all-in-one PCs are perfect medical grade devices for health care. Today’s, health care facilities are more dependent than ever on PC technology to run EMR and other applications for patient care, medical records, hospital administration and laboratory/radiology analysis. Cybernet’s medical computers and tablets deliver the performance and reliability needed, in space saving packages easy to deploy and maintain. All of Cybernet’s medical PCs and tablets have antimicrobial coatings to maintain sterile environments, and have various medical certifications necessary for health care environments.
Cybernet Vice-President Ali A. Bagheri was excited about the tremendous response to the company’s new medical grade devices at the show, particularly the CyberMed T10 Windows medical tablet. “We had invited our key customers in advance to stop by and demo our new medical grade tablet, and they did, but we also had CIOs from very large 4000-bed hospitals stopping by the booth to try them out. Then they had others from their team stop by later to see our tablet along with our other medical grade computers. It was truly an amazing show for us, and it validated our strategy to keep developing the technology solutions that health care facilities need today.”