Giada recently has launched a new high performance medical computer, modeled H611. It is specially designed for medical computing applications in hospital information systems, hospital command center, medical diagnostics and operating theaters.
Modern medical diagnostics doesn’t rely solely on the human eye, nor does surgery. Instead, computer-assisted systems are increasingly being leveraged to see things that even a trained eye cannot immediately spot. As a result, the market for medical computer vision is expected to grow worldwide at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23.2 % from USD424.09 million in 2020 to USD1.21 billion by the end of 2025, according to experts at Research and Markets. To meet the increasing demand, Giada planed medical computer family and launched the medical computer H611.
Medical Certification Compliant
Giada H611 is compliant with IEC standards for safety and performance of medical equipment.
The ultra-thin computer is complying with IEC 60601-1, EN 60601-1 certification standards.
Reliable Security Protection
The onboard Infineon TPM2.0 chip provides hardware based security protection, which ensures the Giada H611 to be reliable and stable.
Extremely Powerful Yet Efficient
Processor efficiency is key whenever high-performance is to be integrated into a hygienic design. Giada H611 adopts Intel® Tiger Lake UP3 Core i5-11300H/i7-11390H processors, with TDP of 35 W. The Intel 11th
Gen Tiger Lake processors have up to 23% faster single thread performance, and up to 19% faster multi-thread performance over last generation. They provide not just more computing power but also further significant increases in energy efficiency per watt.
Giada H611 features Intel® integrated Iris® Xe GPU (Core i5/i7), which has 50% graphic performance improvement compared with last generation. It can deliver up to 8K (7680 x 4320@60 Hz) display via its DP port. This feature ensure the acceleration of image reconstruction and beamforming, as well as significantly reducing data transmission delay.