Healthcare providers’ desire to improve patient care will continue to bolster the already robust sales of wireless infrastructure in the next five years. In-building solutions such as distributed antenna system (DAS), which are part of the wireless infrastructure market, offer complete spectrum coverage. This provides end users with a new set of wireless infrastructure options.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (healthcareIT.frost.com), U.S. Wireless Infrastructure Markets for Healthcare Providers reveals that the market continues to grow at high single-digit rates.
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Between wireless local area network (WLAN) and DAS technologies, healthcare providers can choose from overlay networks, unified infrastructures, and complete, robust, single infrastructure solutions. These technologies will differentiate themselves not only on data transfer rate and cost of ownership but also on the ability to provide multiple services over the infrastructures.
"The sustained uptake of wireless infrastructure solutions are likely to encourage service providers to continuously seek high bandwidth opportunities so they can offer robust applications and services to end users," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Steve Tobin. "Wireless infrastructure has undergone rapid evolutions in numerous aspects including security, multiple service offerings, and unified architectures."
These improvements present customers with many options for both new purchases and upgrades, boosting the overall market growth. However, purchasers have many choices, including choices for in-building infrastructure, access point technology, management solutions, and protocols.
To implement a robust wireless infrastructure, providers may have to revamp the wired network. This can place enormous financial and implementation pressures on them.
"Multiple approaches and strategies will be necessary to augment a successful implementation," notes Tobin. "Providers need to utilize a multi-year wireless strategy that takes into consideration evolving standards, service offerings, and potential significance due to changes in the wired network."
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