Ascom wins so far largest order for Ascom Myco Smartphones

Mar 8, 2016

A major North European state-of-the-art hospital awarded Ascom with an order of CHF 1.8 million that includes 2,000 Ascom Myco smartphones and associated service contracts.

This significant Ascom Myco smartphone order is an addition to an ongoing Ascom project. The original contract comprises advanced solutions for mission-critical communications, such as alert handling from patients and medical technical equipment, which are at the core of the communication of the hospital.

Ascom Myco is a purpose-built smartphone for healthcare that integrates with specialist healthcare communication systems to optimize clinical workflows and mobilize mission-critical information and communication. Ascom Myco also supports a growing library of healthcare apps.

"This is a lighthouse project for us and showcases how Ascom solutions can enhance patient safety and improve clinical workflow. That Ascom has been chosen for this high-profile project is strategically important - not only on a Northern European level, but on a global scale", says Claes Ödman, General Manager Ascom Wireless Solutions.


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