Cybernet’s New All-in-One Medical Computer a Big Hit at Trade Show
May 3, 2011. Irvine, CA. Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, demonstrated four new all-in-one PCs at the HIMSS conference and trade show in Orlando in late February. Among the new all-in-one PCs was the CyberMed, a medically-certified all-in-one PC with integrated readers and scanners to fit just about every need in a busy hospital or medical facility. The new CyberMed was the most popular all-in-one PC at the show, generating lots of excitement and interest from show attendees, consisting of CIOs, CTOs and IT Directors in the health care industry.
Cybernet is the industry pioneer in all-in-one computers, and since 1996 has been producing PCs contained within a keyboard or LCD monitor. Their all-in-one PCs are perfect for health care. Medical staff in a clinic, hospital or laboratory often have limited space for computer hardware. Yet today, health care facilities are more dependent than ever on PC technology to run applications for patient care, medical records, hospital administration and laboratory/radiology analysis. Cybernet’s all-in-one PCs deliver the performance and reliability needed, in space saving packages easy to deploy and maintain.
At the show, Cybernet demonstrated three LCD PCs: the iOne-GX45, and two widescreen models: the iOne-H5 and the iOne-G4. These new PCs include high-def video and 3D graphics often required for viewing medical data such as x-rays. All have optional touchscreen capability.
Cybernet also showcased their medical all-in-one computers: the iOne-MP171, the fanless iOne-MP172 and the new CyberMed. These medically-certified models have a waterproof front bezel and antimicrobial coating. The CyberMed integrates many new features, such as scanners for barcodes, RFID, and fingerprints, and readers for smart cards and magnetic stripe cards. This all in one medical computer also supports Skype VOIP and a webcam that can enable telemedicine and collaboration between medical professionals in different facilities.
Cybernet Vice-President Ali A. Bagheri was delighted with the reaction to the company’s new all-in-one PCs at the show. “IT executives were excited about our new widescreen all-in-one PCs such as the iOne-G4 and iOne-H5, but they were extremely impressed with our latest all-in-one medical computer, the CyberMed. We took a unique approach to the design of that model. We built in the support for a wide variety of scanner and reader capabilities, eliminating the need for peripheral devices that require additional cables and connections. We added features while saving even more space for the user. Everything is integrated into one piece of hardware – it’s a real breakthrough in all-in-one PC technology.”
Cybernet Manufacturing is a global manufacturer of space saving, all-in-one PCs serving vertical markets such as health care, banking, government, and education. Cybernet is privately held, and is headquartered in Irvine, CA, with operations in Taiwan, China, and Europe. The company employs 400+ employees worldwide.