Case Studies: Healthcare
Many healthcare organizations rely on Wi-Fi daily to access their EMRsystem as well as to perform a variety of billing, pharmacy and medical service tasks. Any Wi-Fi failure translates into staff having to fallback to documenting patient care on paper thereby causing them to see fewer patients and missing their productivity goals. See how this health center eliminated dropped connections and more. . .
Network video increases security and reduces costs for hospital offices. . .
IEEE 802.1X is an authentication and authorization technique. Many network video products support IEEE 802.1X as a security feature. In this white paper we will discuss the background as well as the working principle of IEEE 802.1X.
The intended audience of this document is technical personnel and system integrators.
This white paper is intended to help the reader understand the roles and benefit of both theMJPEG and theMPEG-4 compression methods, and when to use which one based on necessity and performance. It begins with some basic concepts that relate to both image size (in pixels) and PPF (pixels per foot). This is followed by some background information on compression: why it was needed, and how it is accomplished; finally, each compression method is described separately, listing the key advantages of each.
Recent innovations in 802.11 technology can have a profound impact on improving healthcare mobile application performance and lower the total cost of ownership. See how the newest generation of wireless technology for the healthcare ecosystem of 2010 reduces the overall amount of infrastructure required, decreases the costs for design and deployments, and delivers enhanced user and application experience for data, voice, and life critical medical applications.