Growing demands for wireless connectivity, ranging from Internet of Thing devices to patient expectations for Wi-Fi access, prodded Toronto-based Scarborough and Rouge Hospital to upgrade its networks.
In December, the organization—recently formed through a merger—decided to expand wireless capabilities dramatically, selecting a gigabit wireless network from Aruba, owned by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In doing so, the system says it wants to improve the efficiency for nurses and physicians.
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