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NHS Lincolnshire Applies Intuitive ‘Cooperative Control' Wireless LAN
Date:3/18/2010

Selects Aerohive’s Architecture for Enterprise-Class Performance, Resilience, and Management.

Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2010 -- NHS Lincolnshire, a Primary Care Trust responsible for improving health and commissioning health services across the county, has completed the deployment of Aerohive Networks’ award-winning Cooperative Control wireless LAN (WLAN) architecture into 12 of its key healthcare facilities. The Aerohive WLAN is supporting an organisation-wide strategy to mobilise healthcare delivery in its community hospitals and clinics, and ensure secure, resilient connectivity for the 24/7 delivery of mission-critical medical and administrative applications and data.

Tony Arnold MBCS, Senior Network and Systems Manager for NHS Lincolnshire, directed the implementation of Aerohive’s WLAN; “Mobility is a key enabler of healthcare provision, significantly improving the availability of healthcare professionals, bedside medical care, and accelerating the diagnosis-to-treatment process. The benefits make a compelling proposition for management and healthcare professionals, who face daily budget and resource challenges.

“My priority, then, was to identify a wireless infrastructure capable of supporting the evolving demands of a healthcare environment; that could deliver continuous connectivity; was resilient and secure; and could be easily deployed and managed. Following due-diligence across a number of WLAN technologies, including Cisco Systems and Aruba Networks, we selected Aerohive. Its intuitive controller-less architecture delivered the highest quality performance, whilst eliminating a layer of hardware implementation, and subsequently reducing management overhead and costs.”

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