sponsored by HP & Intel®
Posted:  30 Nov 2012
Published:  30 Nov 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

Physicians are rarely in the same location within their respective health care facility. And with mobile devices like iPads and smartphones gaining popularity among clinicians, the need for wireless networks has never been more apparent.

But due to a variety of physical challenges, such as thick concrete walls built around steel beams and lead-lined x-ray rooms, getting a strong wireless connection hospital-wide can be tricky.

This e-guide outlines the challenges today’s hospitals may encounter when implementing wireless networks. Inside, uncover expert tips and recommendations for creating a wireless network built for the long-term.

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