Indiana Hospital Eyes Voice-Over-Wi-Fi Phones For Nurses

An Indiana hospital will soon have their nurses equiped with voice-over-Wi-Fi phones in an effort to boost their mobility. Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield, Indiana is currently assessing phones from Cisco Systems, Vocera Communications, and SpectraLink. The hospital’s infrastructure is ready to support the new service. Last year, Hancock installed several Extreme’s Altitude 350-2 access points, Summit WM series switches and a BlackDiamond 8810 switch to enable the network to perform voice and data convergence.
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