Wireless Connectivity: A Critical Element in Healthcare

Publisher: Black Box

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Wireless Connectivity: A Critical Element in Healthcare

In this guest post, Black Box Senior Wireless Product Manager, Cristine Kimbrel, explores the challenges of in-building wireless connectivity and presents a strategy focusing on three key principles: network design based on the application and device requirements; the choice of the right network for the right device and the right application; and ensuring optimal performance across all networks. Whether the project is a new, ground-up facility or an existing renovation, healthcare facilities with a strategy in place will be better equipped to meet the complex networking challenges of today, while also laying the groundwork for tomorrow's "smart hospitals" driven by IoT and 5G networks.