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GE Healthcare, MobileAccess to collaborate on hospital wireless

Milwaukee, Wis. GE Healthcare and MobileAccess announced an exclusive worldwide agreement to help hospitals deploy their wireless services on a common infrastructure, called GE Enterprise Access.

MobileAccess Networks, headquartered in Vienna, Virginia, makes in-building wireless network systems that support multiple voice and data services and applications. The companys solutions......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 12/21/05


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