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This page specifies the minimum workstation, network, and data center requirements for effectively using AcuityLogic® On-Premises and AcuityLogic Cloud. These requirements are routinely reviewed and updated. Failure to meet the requirements will degrade the performance of the software.
The AcuityLogic On-Premises system requirements include additional server requirements that are not shown on this page. For information about the additional server requirements, see the complete AcuityLogic On-Premises system requirements.
View a printer-friendly version of the AcuityLogic Cloud system requirements.
The following table lists the minimum workstation requirements for AcuityLogic.
Business-grade Internet connectivity is required. The following table shows the minimum and recommended bandwidth speeds. For the best experience, meet or exceed the recommended bandwidth speed.
To verify your practice’s bandwidth, go to Speakeasy Speed Test and select the city closest to you. If your bandwidth does not meet the minimum requirements for your practice type, contact your Internet service provider.
The minimum transmission speed is 100 Mbps.
The recommended transmission speed is 1 Gbps.
The recommended specification is 802.11n run at a minimum of 108 Mbps on the 5 GHz band.
To ensure that a uniform, good-quality wireless signal is available where your Eyefinity products are used, perform a wireless spectrum survey.
For best performance, use a decentralized Internet access architecture.
A single Internet connection is a potential weak point. For failover protection, install two connections from different companies, one as the primary connection and the other as a backup.
Data centers require a minimum of 10 Mbps upload and 10 Mbps download (or 100 KBps per connection). Final network requirements depend on the number of offices and users.
The following table lists the label printers and barcode scanners compatible with AcuityLogic.