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Radware Prevents Network Downtime for Carolinas HealthCare System, One of the Largest Healthcare Systems in the U.S.
Date:9/22/2009

ain a productive work environment for employees and maximize patient care, network downtime is not an option," said Tommy Forrest, Senior Systems Engineer, at CHS. "Not being able to have consistent availability to the Intranet would hinder our ability to provide the best service possible. But with Radware's help we've been able to stabilize our system and make it hassle-free."

Radware's technologies - as part of its Business-Smart Data strategy - allow organizations to maximize ROI on IT investments as they deliver mission-critical applications over the Internet and across the WAN by ensuring fast, reliable, secure delivery of both web-enabled applications and services that drive business productivity.

"Keeping a high-volume network such as CHS' up-and-running can be a challenging task, but with our advanced solutions it has become possible to optimize the system's availability and maximize reliability," said Bob Simpson, Vice President Southeast, at Radware. "We value our relationship with CHS and take pride in delivering excellent application delivery products in order to provide a competitive advantage in today's business landscape."

About Carolinas HealthCare System

With the addition of AnMed Health (Anderson SC) and Cannon Memorial (Pickens SC) Carolinas HealthCare System (www.carolinashealthcare.org) includes 29 affiliated hospitals in North and South Carolina. One of the leading healthcare systems in the Southeast, Carolinas HealthCare employs some 1,400 physicians and serves patients at more than 475 care locations including physician practices, nursing homes, surgical and rehabilitation centers, home health agencies and other facilities. These operations comprise more than 6,000 licensed beds and employ approximately 44,000 employees.

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