As hospitals continue to adopt life-critical mobile applications to improve patient care, increase caregiver productivity and maximize operational efficiencies, decision-makers seek reliable and flexible indoor coverage infrastructures which meet the hospitals' existing and future demands.
A building’s construction materials can severely weaken or completely block cellular signals from reaching your building’s interior; in medical professions, you can't afford dead zones or delays in cellular coverage. You'll be glad to know that there is a solution available to increase staff productivity, improve the patient experience and eliminate 'down time.' Corning Wireless solves these challenges with MobileAccess2000, the leading open wireless infrastructure platform in healthcare, delivering indoor coverage for the broadest range of wireless technologies and applications.
Corning MobileAccess addresses indoor cellular coverage problems for any size facility with a full line of in-building DAS solutions. DAS is exactly what the name implies - a distributed antenna system that expands wireless networks and devices. These antennas allow wireless communication even from traditional dead-zones like hospital radiology labs or emergency rooms. You can feel secure in your network knowing that even in hard to reach areas, and even when device count and usage increases, both staff and patients will have the communications access they need.
To learn how DAS can improve the functionality of your facility, be sure to attend the ASHE Annual Conference & Technical Exhibition August 3-6 at McCormick Place, Lakeside Center in Chicago. We will be at the show with three of our manufacturere partners- Belden, Corning and Digitus Biometrics. Stop by to see us in booth #420 to learn more about Corning DAS solutions.