Fujitsu to show off biometric security, document imaging and removable storage s

Posted on Thursday, Oct 20 2005 @ 15:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Fujitsu announced that it will demonstrate several of its award-winning scanning solutions, a cutting edge palm vein authentication device for biometric security and rugged Magneto-Optical (MO) removable storage solutions at the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2005 Annual Conference, Oct. 23 - 26, in Nashville, Tennessee.

Fujitsu offers an array of scanning and service programs for medical practitioners that help streamline business processes, reduce operational costs, improve records management for regulatory compliance, enhance document security and increase productivity. During MGMA 2005, the company will showcase several of its award-winning scanners, including the fi-60F, the fi-5110C, the fi-4530C and the fi-5650C. All of these Fujitsu scanners feature fast scan speeds, incredible paper-handling capabilities, superior image quality, user flexibility, and exceptional software bundles.

Leveraging its twenty plus years of industry leading image recognition and processing technology, Fujitsu recently developed a contactless palm vein authentication device that captures a person's palm vein pattern and then verifies it against a template of pre-registered vein patterns. Already deployed at leading medical, financial and educational institutions in Japan, the Fujitsu palm vein sensor offers a new level of biometric security control with false acceptance rates of less than 0.00008%.

Also at MGMA, Fujitsu will showcase two of its removable storage solutions: the ultra-portable DynaMO 1300 Pocket drive which provides on-the-go professionals with an easy way to backup and archive important data, and the 2.3GB DynaMO 2300U2 for users with larger data storage needs. Both of the convenient yet powerful removable storage drives are powered by Hi-Speed USB 2.0.

Historically, the medical community has also turned to Fujitsu Magneto-Optical (MO) storage solutions due to their cost effective, long-term data archival durability. Fujitsu MO technology safeguards data by enclosing it in a durable cartridge that protects against shock, vibration, moisture, dust and magnetic fields offering a 50-year data archival life and a Lifetime Limited Warranty.


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