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Explore Panduit's Solutions for Healthcare Facilities: UC Davis Health Case Study

by Teddi Strassburger on November 2, 2021

AdobeStock_333473917The structured cabling in your building acts as a sort of nervous system for your network, delivering data from the brain - the data center - to various functions and applications across your building. The more efficiently this data can spread throughout your network, the better. In the Healthcare field, this efficiency becomes even more critical. Consider how important it is to deliver test results quickly, alert staff when patients require urgent care and enable staff to access patients' data wherever they are in your building. Telemedicine now enables patients and staff to converse via video platforms, wherever they're located, and your network needs to be made robust to support that as well. 

With solutions from Panduit and General Cable (with a partnership known as PanGen), UC Davis Health was able to optimize its operations and continue to deliver state-of-the-art, award-winning patient care. UC Davis Health is revolutionizing patient treatment and care, and they required advanced IT services, infrastructure and applications to support everything they want to provide. Beyond patient care, growing demands for wireless connectivity and connected building systems require an always-on infrastructure that could support hospital facilities. This robust foundation is needed to support network needs for today and looking forward.

UC Davis Health turned to PanGen for technologies to support these advancements. From the Panduit side, Category 6A connectivity – including jacks, patch cords, patch panels and plugs – throughout the channel ensures reliable 10GBASE-T performance. Field term plugs are used extensively throughout the hospital, providing fast and easy connections for devices like wireless access points and security cameras. This 10GBASE-T infrastructure ensures that UC Davis Health will be able to meet its needs for all future Internet of Things (IoT) devices as facilities are built or renovated.

Want to learn more about how Panduit helped UC Davis Health? This case study might give you some inspiration for potential upgrades to your facility. Check it out here

Topics: Panduit healthcare case study network infrastructure

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