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Cardiac Science Corporation Selects Colubris Networks' Wireless Solution for its Portable Electrocardiograph
Date:2/25/2008

g to take a detour for a hard- wired connection, helps healthcare organizations to streamline workflow and improve productivity.

"Our top-of-the-line Quinton(R) Eclipse(R) Premier ECG has everything a hospital needs for interpretive electrocardiograph technology. It allows clinicians to receive orders, instantly transmit test results and make a diagnosis quicker with the 802.11 wireless Ethernet capabilities provided by Colubris Networks," said Greg Newman, director, product management at Cardiac Science. "The enhanced connectivity solution from Colubris is already very well received by our healthcare customers."

"In the highly complex healthcare sector, where minutes count much more than in other industries, hospitals and healthcare providers are constantly looking to deliver faster, more accurate clinical results to physicians without increasing costs," said Tom Racca, vice president of marketing, Colubris. "Using wireless technology, Cardiac Science gives its customers secure and fast access to vital clinical information. And, by being able to obtain faster results at lower cost, healthcare organizations can treat their patients more effectively, improving patient outcomes."

About Colubris

Colubris Networks is the leading global provider of intelligent wireless networks (WLANs) for enterprises and service providers. Its optimized WLAN switching systems deliver unmatched bandwidth efficiency, seamless mobility and secure, easy access for thousands of organizations and 40 million users worldwide. With its "future proof" architecture, Colubris provides organizations with the most cost-effective migration from legacy standards to 802.11n. Its systems unify and integrate with existing network infrastructures, as well as security and management systems. Colubris' numerous recognitions include Red Herring's top 100 private companies in North America, Fierce Wireless Fierce 15, CRN's Emerging Tech Vendors and Mobile Trax Mobility Award. For mo
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