Medical-PC

The new era of Medical-PC processors.

Intel’s 6th generation 6700T and 7th generation processor architecture has new features that increase the patient safety, increase the stability and speed of multitasking and ensure an over all longer life cycle. 6th and 7th generation processors are available with Medaris ST-520.
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    Intel SGX - Software Guard Extensions

    In this new technology Intel SGX reserves only certain RAM memory blocks, which are only used for this application. This will make the system stable, because one crashed application won’t crash other applications or the operating system (Windows), which has been a constant problem in previous generations when RAM memory blocks have been in shared use by applications and the OS. This feature is important in critical treatment areas. It guarantees the continuation of the work of treatment without interruption, because the computer doesn’t have to reboot if an application has crashed.

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    Intel MPX - Memory Protection Extensions

    The Intel MPX monitors the applications of abnormal activities. That is, when the application behaves abnormally, it will block the abnormal activity. This could be, for instance, a Trojan that penetrates the system at bios level and takes over the PC which after is a threat to the entire network. Therefore, it prevents the worst security nightmare from happening.

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    Intel TSX-NI - Transactional Synchronatization Extension – New Instructions

    The 4th generation Haswell technology uses TSX, but it is not nearly as advanced as the TSX-NI. The core factor is the distribution of the computing power. The old technology, shared the CPU power evenly and only verified whether the process was a background or a main process. The new technology distributes the performance more efficiently, based on the applications needs, distributed over a period of time at the CPU’s core level. In practice, the difference is seen as a clear improvement in the efficiency of the applications.

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    4K support

    4th generation processors don’t support 4K resolution. 6th and 7th generation processors support 4K.  Intel’s  7th generation embedded processor life-cycle is guaranteed for 7 years. During that time, presumably, all the new screens will have 4K resolution, probably sooner than later. The doctors ‘ diagnoses and treatment plans are generally based on the information generated from applications and systems. A Higher resolution display works for the patient’s as well as the the doctor’s advantage.

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    The size and advantage of the power supply

    Intel’s 7th generation processor consumes over 20% less power. This results in the use of a power supply that is only 40% of the size of the existing power supply. There is no need for cooling vents for heat dissipation. A smaller power supply clearly eases the physical installation of the medical PC, thanks to more flexible placement choices.

More detailed information is available on the Intel 7700T CPU comparison table.

ST-540 Intel 9. Gen

The ST-540 is a powerful passive-cooled Medical computer. Anesthesia, power and patient information systems are processor heavy and are usually used at the same time. ST-540 is a very powerful solution for these kind of demanding environments.

Pro-600 Series

Medical Pro-601 and Pro-602 workstation is designed for hospitals and for the use of endoscopic imaging systems.


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Avedon Medical is an expert of ICT equipment, software and services in Medical treatment areas. Our team of experts has extensive experience and expertise in demanding hospital environments such as operating rooms, intensive care and other areas classifiable as a medical care environments.