SPIE Communications has been selected to manage the deployment of France's largest full-IP project, at the Foch hospital in Suresnes. This project concerns the installation of a full-IP network in a new, 25,000 sq. m building that will be the hospital's technological showcase.
The construction of the hospital's new building, which will be handed over during the second half of 2010, provides an ideal opportunity to design and install state-of-the-art technology that satisfies the requirements of clinical staff and patients.
This building will accommodate:
It will be the Foch hospital's technological showcase.
The two-phase, €1 million project (Phase 1 in 2010) is organised as follows:
The Foch hospital is among the first French hospitals of its size to migrate to a full-IP solution. The Cisco network being deployed is designed to support more than 2,500 IP users, not counting the hospital's patients, who will have triple-play access when the system is fully operational. A WiFi network covering all buildings will also be deployed, enabling a wide range of mobility and collaborative working services to be implemented.
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