Cybernet Manufacturing iOne-GX31 Intel Core 2 Product Details
The new iOne-GX31 All-in-One PC from Cybernet delivers top performance using Intel® Core 2 Quad CPU as well as scalability and space saving at its best.
The new iOne-GX31 combines a personal computer, an LCD monitor and TV in one simple, elegant package. If you want a personal computer that won’t infringe on your personal space, then the iOne-GX31 will have you rethinking what a desktop PC can be.
Cybernet iOne Swings into Action
Every second counts in a hospital. In the meticulously monitored environment of an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), every second counts tenfold. For doctors, nurses and other ICU staff, timely responses to patient needs are a daily requirement. Accurate and detailed biometric information is critical. Nobody understands this need better than Jim Begin, Director of Information Technology (IT) for Golden Valley Memorial Hospital. Located in Clinton, Missouri, Golden Valley is a modern 84-bed medical facility providing high-quality health care services to the community. Along with his other duties, Jim had been faced with the task of fine-tuning the data management capabilities of the facility’s ICU. His overriding goal was to implement a computer that combined space-saving compactness, performance muscle and user-friendliness. After careful consideration, Jim selected the Cybernet iOne-GX31 (non-touchscreen model).
Narrowing down the choices to the iOne-GX31 was the culmination of a focused evaluation process carried out by Jim and his team. While the group did no technical testing of computing systems, they did thoroughly evaluate the published specs and prices provided by three different manufacturers. Following a series of in-depth product comparisons, the evaluation team agreed that the iOne-GX31 best matched their rigorous criteria.
The Golden Valley team initially purchased one unit, putting it right to work in an ICU. The iOne excelled in its job, impressing both the IT group and the medical staff. A combination of ease of use and performance muscle enabled the computer to keep pace comfortably with the nonstop demands of the ICU. Sold on the advantages of Cybernet’s compact powerhouse, Jim’s team eagerly purchased and deployed additional units.
The Golden Valley team configured their fleet of iOnes for the peak efficiency necessary in an ICU environment. To satisfy the medical team’s need for easy access, each of the units has been attached to a wall-mounted swing arm. Crucial data are generated and accessed through a powerful combination of Meditech hospital software, an Internet browser and PACS (a picture archiving communications system that displays X-rays, MRIs, and CAT scans). The Meditech software greatly expedites data entry by allowing patient information to be scanned through bar-coded sources such as a wristband.
For the endlessly busy nursing staff, operating the iOne system has proven a relatively easy task. A nurse simply uses the unit’s quick-touch keyboard to log in and run its software, and a bar code device to scan relevant patient data.
Overwhelmingly pleased with the iOne’s performance, the Golden Valley team enthusiastically agrees that the computer has helped them meet their goals. Along with improving ICU data management, one of Golden Valley’s primary objectives was implementing a computer that could operate efficiently on a wall-mounted swing arm. The iOne scores high in both areas.
The entire Golden Valley team, including the director of the ICU, agrees that the Cybernet iOne is the perfect solution for the medical facility’s growing data management needs. Easily repositioned thanks to its efficient wall-mounted arm, the sleek computing powerhouse clearly is ready to swing into action at a moment’s notice.
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