Information Technology Policies and Standards
|Siriusware Salesware Kiosk Hardware|
|Information Technology Procurement|
To Be Reviewed
|Applies to all Siriusware Salesware Kiosks purchased, owned, or maintained by the City of Albuquerque.|
|Configurations for Siriusware Salesware Kiosks|
This configuration provides sufficient processing power for running the Windows Vista operating system, connectivity via City of Albuquerque Network to Siriusware database and performing Siriusware transactions for purchasers. The Salesware Kiosks can support connection to the mainframe, UNIX, and Novell applications and file sharing but are not typically used for any purpose except Salesware.
There are 3 approved models intended to serve different business needs. The exact model choice will depend on the business needs analysis performed by ISD.
- Radiant 601 Kiosk - Indoor configuration
- Celeron M 1.3 GHz processor
- 3.5" hard drive 160Gb
- 1Gb RAM
- Windows XP
- Quad-bulb, Active Matrix 17" SXGA LCD primary display; sunlight readable
- 2-track dual head magnetics stripe reader
- Barcode scanner
- Powered serial ports (RJ12)
- 4 USB 2.0 ports
- 1 DVI port
- 1 mini PCI
- Sub ATM Ticket Printer (Fan Fold only)
- Wall/Floor mount
- Radiant 601 Kiosk - Outdoor configuration
As for Indoor configuration with the following, additional hardware:
- Winstanley 25900 ATM Style Kiosk
- 15" LCD touchscreen monitor
- BOCA SubATM 46 Printer with input ticket hopper and output ticket hopper
- Dell small form factor Computer
- Windows XP
- 512 Mb RAM
- Symbol bar code reader
- Credit Card Reader, conformal coated circuit board
- Power strip surge suppression
|These standards are planned to satisfy the requirements to perform daily Siriusware Kiosk operations for the City of Albuquerque. This will have the following advantages:|
- Departments will be able to order new and replacement equipment in a timely manner for Citywide Salesware implementation as well as on-going need.
- Project management of implementations will improve because hardware costs will be clearly identifiable as a commodity package that contains everything for a single kiosk. Management will also improve because kiosk purchases will follow a clearly identifiable, repeatable purchase process.
- Better training can be provided by having a standard configuration for Siriusware Kiosks across the City.
|Contact: Mark T. Leech, (505) 768-3731|