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Using SD-WAN Management in HIT Infrastructure Networks

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Hughes Network Systems announced the release of its public-sector software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) to assist multi-site organizations manage their HIT infrastructure networks. The new SD-WAN solution is cloud ready, has higher network...

Cybernet Releases New Healthcare Mobile Workstation PC

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Cybernet Manufacturing announced the release of its latest healthcare mobile workstation, powered by three hot-swap batteries. The CyberMed NB24 is a lightweight 24” computer clinicians can easily carry or push around on a non-powered cart....

Practical Applications of Augmented Reality in Healthcare

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Augmented reality (AR) has intriguing implications in healthcare, but practical applications of the technology are still lagging behind, leading healthcare organizations to put it on the backburner. AR presents the user with a mixed reality by...

Healthcare IoT Requires Specific Architecture for Success

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The healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging and organizations are faced with building and deploying IoT-ready infrastructure environments. Entities need to decide on the components that make up their IoT solutions and understand the different...

Flexible Data Rate Demands Fuel ExtremeSwitching Platforms

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Extreme Networks announced the release of its Ethernet switching platforms supporting multi-rate high-performance enterprise switched networks. The company developed the ExtremeSwitching platforms in response to the constantly growing demand...

Remote Monitoring, Operations Drive Healthcare IoT Adoption

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Healthcare organizations benefit by introducing more connectivity and remote monitoring using the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT adoption encourages better use of healthcare resources allowing clinicians to make more informed decisions and reduce...

Network Connectivity, Storage Challenge Healthcare IoT Push

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The growth in value of healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) analytics pressures organizations to examine their IT infrastructures and assess how they can support the influx of healthcare IoT data and device connections. The healthcare industry...

Successful Medical IoT Requires Cellular Connections

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The healthcare industry is rapidly adopting medical Internet of Things (IoT) devices to connect, but often runs into challenges when it comes to device design conflicting with the radio frequency (RF) signals. “The biggest challenge for...

Preparing Your Healthcare Organization for IoT Growth

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The healthcare industry is experiencing Internet of Things (IoT) growth and the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 30 percent through 2022.  Organizations seek advanced technology to reduce healthcare costs and provide better patient...

OpenEye Adopts SD-WAN Solution for Improved SaaS Connection

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Riverbed Technology announced that OpenEye Scientific is using Riverbed’s software-defined networking in the WAN (SD-WAN) solution, SteelConnect, to offer users a better connection to OpenEye’s cloud-based drug discovery platform,...

Internet of Things Ecosystems Mature Through Partner Programs

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Recent ABI Research found that partner programs and their member companies have Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystems with a high maturity grade. The increase in IoT maturity was largely impacted by partner programs that offered members access...

FCC Requests Broadband-Enabled Healthcare Information

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The FCC released a public notice seeking comments and data on actions to accelerate the adoption and accessibility of broadband-enabled healthcare solutions and advanced technologies. Increased wireless network technology will help improve patient...

Riverbed Acquires Xirrus to Strengthen SD-WAN Solution

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Riverbed Technology announced its acquisition of Xirrus to expand its software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) and cloud networking solution Riverbed SteelConnect. Riverbed hopes to offer customers unified connectivity and policy-based orchestration...

NYU WIRELESS, OPPO Partner for Next-Gen 5G Wireless Technology

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NYU WIRELESS and OPPO announced that the smartphone vendor has joined the university research center at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering as an affiliate and research sponsor for next generation 5G wireless technology. OPPO now has early access...

Mobile Wireless, Data Analytics Among Top Funded Health IT

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Health IT and digital health had strong VC funding in the first quarter of 2017 with $1.6 billion. The first full quarter under the new administration was the second highest quarter ever for the digital health sector, according to the latest...

Vendor Development Aids Healthcare Artificial Intelligence

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Healthcare artificial intelligence is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 60 percent through 2022, according to a recent report by Research and Markets. The report stated that growing investments and increasing research and development in...

Key Health IT Infrastructure Requirements for IBM Watson

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Healthcare organizations are faced with repositories of unstructured data, waiting to be used for valuable clinical insights. However, many organizations lack the health IT infrastructure tools needed to take advantage of that data. Tools such...

Healthcare Wireless Network Upgrades Needed for the IoT

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Healthcare wireless networks are the foundation of health IT infrastructure, supporting new and advanced infrastructure deployments. The increase in connected medical, Internet of Things (IoT), and mobile devices are pushing the WLAN market to...

Half of Orgs Unprepared for HIT Infrastructure Digitization

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Over half of healthcare and life sciences organizations are planning major health IT infrastructure changes in the near future, but a survey found that most are currently unprepared to begin the transformation. A recent TayganPoint Consulting...

Lack of HIT Interoperability Leaves Infrastructure Gaps

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HIT infrastructure has yet to evolve to truly support the transition so value-based care due to lack of HIT interoperability, according to a recent report from the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA). The report acknowledged...

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