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Pharmacy system using Ubuntu to fight AIDS

Due to issues of reliability and security, Cell-Life have created iDART-in-a-box, which is a complete system running on Ubuntu Linux.
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'iDART-in-a-box' runs on Ubuntu Linux, and includes a mid-range PC, a Zebra label printer, an HP DeskJet report printer, a barcode scanner, an uninterruptible power supply and a GSM modem. Hardware costs are approximately R10 000, and there are no software licensing costs. Additionally, Cell-Life offers installation, training and support services, ensuring that the system is adopted quickly, and runs smoothly from the moment of deployment.

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