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VoIP solutions in Texas Healthcare Project


VoIP solutions in Texas Healthcare Project
Company INX Inc., announced that it has successfully deployed a Unified Communications and data network for a major healthcare entity in North Texas.
In 2010 INX completed the dedicated VoIP and UC solution for a leading healthcare management company that fosters health partnerships for particular healthcare services and hospital-physician joint ventures. INX was involved in designing and building up a data and unified communications network for a new hospital facility in North Texas.

INX was selected for this job due to its consultative, service-honed approach, focused on scaling down risks of the IT project. The project was recently completed, and brought about 1.1 million in product and service revenue to INX.

The new hospital features a most modern telecommunications and data networking infrastructure. The VoIP solution builds up a unified communications and data network to backup merely all hospital communications including voice, video and data. Some 450 VoIP phones were installed and deployed throughout the hospital to allow all voice communications traffic to run on the data network to diminish communication costs and deliver advanced feature sets oriented specifically for needs of ongoing healthcare duties. One such advanced feature is the option to wisely tie together the hospital's nurse call system and the VoIP phone system to back up the faster nurse response time to patients, a mission critical variable. By deploying the function to get nurse call alerts on their wireless VoIP phones, INX's customer is providing real value to the hospital by enhancing process by means of reliable technology. The entire VoIP solution makes the hospital to communicate via voice or data flawlessly and supplies the hospital with the foundational technology needed to enable future advances like RFID asset tagging to track hospital assets and video communications.

Jon Groves, Vice President of Professional Services for INX said, "We look forward to an ongoing relationship with this healthcare partner as they continue to build new technologically advanced medical facilities. Advanced IT infrastructure can substantially improve the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare and INX is at the forefront of providing these innovative solutions to the healthcare industry."


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