The device enables secure data to be sent from the remote patient or client to their practitioner.
SYDNEY, Dec. 9, 2014. NetComm Wireless Limited (ASX: NTC), a leading developer of wireless Machine-to-Machine (M2M) devices, will today enter the health industry with the launch of its NetComm Wireless n-Hub (NTC-20) at the 2014 mHealth Summit in Washington, DC. Designed to meet rising global demand for M2M healthcare solutions, the n-Hub connects diverse Bluetooth and WiFi enabled mHealth devices to the speed and coverage of cellular networks.
The n-Hub will facilitate healthcare sector innovation as the global ecosystem of mHealth devices grows to exceed 650 million by 2020. The device enables secure data to be sent from the remote patient or client to their practitioner.
"The n-Hub is a game-changer for the global healthcare sector. It combines simplicity with open system flexibility to improve efficiencies, reduce costs and ultimately improve patient outcomes. The n-Hub has the capacity to drive innovation across a wide range of applications such as monitoring the health of elderly relatives, post surgery patient care and keeping tabs on personal health, to name a few, said David Stewart, Managing Director and CEO, NetComm Wireless.
Engineered for seamless deployment, the n-Hub connects to global networks and its open architecture enable interoperability with most management platforms. Its open Linux Operating System and Software Development Kit (SDK) also enables the freedom to create software applications for virtually any healthcare requirement.
The software rich n-Hub features: internal antennas for easy deployment; multiple layers of power backup; redundant antennas for increased reliability; an intuitive OLED display and a user friendly interface for simple onsite setup; multimode power and mount options and non-intrusive integration into any home, medical, commercial or industrial environment.