05 May 2023
Baicells Technologies and JACS Solutions have partnered to serve the healthcare Industry. Connectivity, reliable performance, and security are critical foundations for healthtech solutions that are built to improve outcomes for patients and staff, as care delivery methods evolve.
Baicells has long championed CBRS-based network solutions, already deploying more than 500 commercial networks across the US, serving both public operators and private enterprises. Increasingly, CBRS and private 5G networks are the focus of enterprises, big and small, looking to expand beyond their legacy WiFi networks with new use cases and better performance, to help transform their business.
The healthcare industry is a prime candidate for these private networks which offer reliable and secure connectivity to keep large numbers of critical sensors and devices online. Emerging healthcare tools such as augmented reality platforms require incredibly low latency that can only be found in LTE and 5G private networks. In addition, these 5G private networks offer far greater protection against cyber-attacks and can safeguard patients’ and healthcare professionals’ personal information.
“JACS really does highlight that not all wireless platforms are created equal, and sometimes you need a custom solution to meet the specific needs of your business,” said Tony Eigen, VP of Marketing at Baicells. “JACS has been an industry leader in developing devices for private 5G networks, and Baicells is eager to partner with JACS to enable healthcare facilities to leverage the power of private networks and influence outcomes.”
“JACS has built our business on putting customers first by listening to their needs and delivering custom solutions to meet them in ways that no other OEM can,” said Chang-Gang Zhang, vice president of technology at JACS Solutions. “Baicells shares that customer-first approach to building their private network solutions so combining our platforms into a turnkey package ensures that our mutual clients will be successful in their deployments.”