Surgery & Treatment

Global OEMs rely on Dedicated Computing to deliver the systems needed to power the advanced applications of the image-guided surgery and treatment market, including:

  • Embedded imaging and control servers
  • Heterogeneous co-processing and application optimization
  • Rack assemblies containing a mix of processing, imaging, storage, and control servers

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Powering Advanced Applications for the Image-Guided Surgery and Treatment Market

Over the past decade, image-guided surgery has become a recognized standard of care in the management of a number of disorders, including cranial, otorhinolaryngological, spinal, orthopedic, and cardiovascular disorders.

Advances in imaging technologies and graphic data management capabilities allow medical device manufacturers to develop more precise and less invasive tools. Additionally, these systems being deployed are required to meet new security standards, manageability requirements, and diagnostic capabilities.

Our technology addresses these key industry challenges:

  • Improve system uptime. Proactive monitoring and management improves reliability and corrects potential failures before they become a reality, avoiding downtime and reducing security threats associated with software stack vulnerabilities.
  • Minimize security threats. A controlled, reliable, and predictable method to update the software and firmware on your fielded PCs through remote software deployment.
  • Avoid costly validation and verification. We work closely with our customers to reduce the complexity of product lifecycle management – component changes are planned to synchronize with your system updates, not with the IT market.

Ensuring a Successful Migration to Windows 10

The launch of a new operating system is always a challenge, and in the context of stresses faced by the OEM community developing and manufacturing complex medical systems, it can be particularly daunting.

Open discussion and shared information is critical to determining a path and tapping into insights from both engineering and development teams. This “big picture” approach will help OEMs take the most strategic path as future OS decision-making nears.

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