Connecting the Smart Hospital for Better Healthcare Outcomes


of hospitals are allowing physicians to utilize personally owned devices at the point of care. 


of hospitals in North America have biomedical devices on the wireless network.


of healthcare organizations have reduced the cost of software using the cloud.

Why Extreme Networks for Healthcare

Healthcare organizations around the globe are going through a transformation to provide the best patient care and relying on technology to play a vital role in patient safety, engagement, and treatment.  Safeguarding critical patient information and meeting regulatory compliance is essential to protect people, places, and assets from the ever-present threat of breaches. 

Extreme Networks knows that everything you do is critical to patients and critical to your mission. Therefore, everything we do is committed to providing the high-performance network infrastructure you need to protect, maintain and access your most important assets.   

Transform your network to exceed patient expectations and deliver the best possible care.

Maintain a fault tolerant connection necessary for life critical activity.

Eliminate network vulnerability from impacting patient care and wellbeing.

Interfaith Medical Center’s Micro-Segmented Network Reduces Security Threats

To ensure hospital network security, Interfaith Medical Center is widely known for being one of the first hospitals in the U.S. to go zero-trust. Watch this video to hear why they chose this approach and how Extreme Networks helped enable this decision.
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Healthcare Case Studies

West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Helps Save Lives with the Implementation of Extreme’s Solution


more than 4,500 users on the network


patient bed


guests per month

Smart Healthcare: The Remedy for Better Patient Care at ProMedica


saved monthly


Hospital system


members in network

Extreme Fabric Connect Enables Advanced Paperless Environment at Concord Hospital


patients annually




networking staff to staff ratio

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