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Wayport Signs Agreement with Sun Healthcare Group to Enable Public Internet Access : Sun's Inpatient Services Subsidiaries to Utilize Public Applications Managed by Wayport
Date:10/21/2008

Wayport, Inc. announced today a new agreement with Sun Healthcare Group to offer public Internet access to Sun's inpatient services subsidiaries. These groups, including SunBridge Healthcare Corporation, collectively operate 208 skilled nursing, long-term care and assisted living and mental health centers in 25 states with approximately 22,986 operating beds as of June 2008.

IRVING, Texas (Business Wire EON) October 21, 2008 -- Wayport enables public and private-side applications, services and devices on a single converged network and will initially deliver Internet service for patients, visitors, physicians and staff at 57 sites, with more to follow under the master agreement. Forty-two locations will offer Wi-Fi in the Rehab Recovery Suites™, along with a Wayport CyberCenter Express (CCE) in the common area of the center Wayport will enable public access throughout the entire center of 15 additional sites, as well as a CCE unit in the common area.The Wi-Fi service will be free for all users.

"SunBridge recognizes thegrowing need for patients, and families, to stay connected to their everyday lives as they receive rehabilitation services in our Rehab Recovery Suites," said Bill Mathies, president of SunBridge. "Our arrangement with Wayport Inc.fitsperfectly with the enhanced amenitiesfound on ourRehab Recovery Suites and will play an important role in making our patients and their familiescomfortableand ultimately may enhance the healing process."

Wayport's expertise in enhancing patient and physician services for healthcare includes design, installation, support and maintenance services aligned with our clients' specific requirements. Support services include 24X7 network monitoring and a 24X7 in house call center for end-user support.

"We look forward to collaborating with Sun Healthcare and their subsidiaries as we continu
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