(PRWEB) February 11, 2014
QNAP, Inc., with U.S. headquarters in Pomona, CA and world headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, announced recently the company will be attending HIMSS14 in Orlando, FL. You can visit QNAP in booth no. 5193. QNAP recently entered the U.S. healthcare marketplace; the company will be demonstrating its comprehensive range of healthcare solutions which feature ease-of-use, robust operation, large storage capacities, and trustworthy reliability to healthcare providers across the country.
Also exhibiting in QNAP’s booth will be MOBOTIX, a Langmeil, Germany-based software company that develops digital, high-resolution and network-based video security solutions. QNAP will be showcasing its best-in-class Network Attached Storage (NAS) product lineup which provide reliable, scalable and high performance storage solutions for MOBOTIX decentralized cameras. MOBOTIX will be demonstrating their new D25, M25 and Q25 5-megapixel IP camera models that deliver high-contrast images without motion blur, even in poorly illuminated scenes thanks to the new MOBOTIX low-light optimization feature.
“QNAP’s solutions help healthcare providers efficiently manage the large volumes of data being collected and stored in order to help them optimize their decision making processes and comply with numerous governmental reporting requirements. QNAP’s healthcare solutions help providers cope with these challenges by offering cost-effective and innovative data solutions that enhance their decision making processes and ultimately lead to improved patient outcomes,” explained Shawn Chu, Product Manager at QNAP, Inc.
QNAP’s Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions provide scalable data management solutions for hospitals and clinics of all sizes that are easy to install and administer, while significantly lowering costs and increasing vital storage capacity. The company’s storage solutions support the delivery of healthcare by enhancing clinical utilization of information and improving patient care, while ensuring compliance with all security and privacy regulations.
The company’s high quality and affordable video security monitoring solutions for healthcare facilities lower costs and improve patient safety. Hospital security professionals can gain early awareness of incidents that can compromise patient safety by using video surveillance to mitigate problems such as loitering, suspicious access to secure areas and lengths of lines for service.
QNAP’s digital signage solutions for healthcare providers keep patients and visitors educated and engaged in their healthcare delivery process. Hospitals, clinics, and community health centers can use individual video monitors, wall video displays and electronic graphics to reinforce messages and inform patients of important health issues, treatments and news.
The company’s data archiving solutions move “mountains of healthcare data” from expensive storage devices to less expensive “retention” appliances. QNAP’s successful storage archive model is built upon a set of policy management tools customized for each client’s needs.
QNAP, Inc. -- Quality Network Appliance Provider, as its name promises -- delivers comprehensive and cutting edge network attached storage (NAS), network video recorder surveillance (NVR) and other solutions that feature ease-of-use, robust operation, large storage capacity, and trustworthy reliability. QNAP integrates the latest technologies and designs to produce high-quality products that cost-effectively improve healthcare data sharing efficiencies, virtualization applications, storage management and surveillance in healthcare facilities of all sizes. With U.S. headquarters in Pomona, CA and world headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, QNAP delivers its solutions with nonstop innovation and passion. Visit us at: http://www.qnap.com/static/landing/2014/healthcare/useng/healthcare.php
MOBOTIX, headquartered in Langmeil, Germany, is a software company with in-house hardware development in the area of digital, high-resolution and network-based video security solutions. The company focuses on the development of user-friendly complete system solutions from a single source. The publicly traded company is known as the leading pioneer in network camera technology since its founding in 1999. Its decentralized concept has also made high-resolution video systems cost-efficient. Since 2010, MOBOTIX has extended its product range to include intelligent home automation products that are developed in-house. Whether in embassies, hospitals, airports, railway stations, ports, gas stations, hotels or highways, over 100,000 MOBOTIX video systems have been in operation on every continent for several years. For more information visit http://www.mobotix.com/eng_US.
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