HealthSignals and Inglis announce Wi-Fi project

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HealthSignals has completed the completion of Phase 1 of the Inglis House Campus Wide Wi-Fi project, the company said. Inglis House has 300 adults in long-term care.

Once completed, the network will have a Fiber360 backbone and will cover all resident rooms, the lab, dining and the courtyard.

"We were looking for a comprehensive network with a future proof architecture," said Charles Moore, Inglis' Director of Information Services.  "Our fiber backbone and modular architecture that HealthSignals designed, ensures that we have the ability to meet our Wi-Fi needs for today and the foreseeable future without constantly redoing the cabling and network."

HealthSignals' Wi-Fi helps residents and allows for better communication, the company said. This may include remote monitoring applications, wireless medical carts or robotics.


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