Deploying Wireless Solutions in Today’s Advanced Healthcare Environments Image

By Scott Thompson; President, Oberon, a Division of Chatsworth Products (CPI)

Wireless technology has been used in healthcare for the past two decades, initially used primarily for clinicians to digitally record and access patient information via handheld tablets. Now advancements in Wi-Fi technology and the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), combined with the need to cut costs and improve productivity, are giving rise to a broad range of wireless applications in the healthcare environment.
Optimizing Next-Generation Wireless Deployments for the Digital World Image

Scott Thompson; President, Oberon, a Division of Chatsworth Products (CPI)

Over the past two decades, wireless technology has evolved as an essential means to provide internet connectivity and transmit voice, data, and video to and from people and devices. According to Statista, the number of wireless local area network (WLAN)-connected devices is estimated at more than 22 billion globally, with smartphone users alone surpassing 6 billion in 2022, equating to more than 83% of the world’s population. Now with trends like remote and hybrid working fueled by the pandemic, global e-commerce, and emerging Internet of Things/Industrial Internet of Things (IoT/IIoT) applications that are increasing demand for more wireless connectivity, it’s no wonder that a recent report by Markets and Markets estimates the wireless market to grow from $69 billion in 2020 to $141 billion by 2025.
 
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