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We might not be surveying doctors, but that doesn’t diminish the fact that Cumulus Networks has helped many healthcare organizations improve their network operations to cope with the increasing infrastructure demands. As the age of digital impacts the requirements of the data center, networks need to surpass functional capabilities (bandwidth, connectivity) to become strategically aligned to the goals of the organization (mobility, application requirements and digitization to name just a few).
With the growth of IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) and digital connectivity, the influx of data is unprecedented. A recent Frost & Sullivan report found that nearly 60% of healthcare organizations have already adopted IoT, and that number is expected to grow exponentially by 2020. Healthcare organizations need to reexamine their network and storage infrastructures to keep up with the demand. It's no longer about tactical operations, but embracing the digital nature of business today and supporting internal and external users efficiently and productively.
Enter Cumulus Networks. We help healthcare organizations manage their data centers simply and effectively. Our customers are able to take advantage of automation which simplifies day to day operations as well as reduces resource requirements. Because our NOS supports over 70 hardware platforms, the network can scale as the business requires, without massive overhead and capital expenditures. And we speed time to deployment: Athena Health was able to reduce time to rack a switch from 45 to just 3 minutes! When downtime (or slow time) affects lives, this type of improvement is critical.
To learn more about how Cumulus Networks helps health organizations embrace the age of IoT and digital transformation, check out our resources below: