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Executives Discuss Real-World Use Case for Cisco UPOE

June 27, 2012 - 0 Comments

Cisco UPOE doubles the power delivered per port over PoE+ to 60 Watts. Cisco UPOE can extend resilient network power to a broad range of devices including virtual desktop terminals, nurse call systems, IP turrets for financial trading, compact switches, building management gateways, LED lights, wireless access points, IP Phones, and more.

Watch Adam McMullin, Vice President and General Manager of Hill-Rom IT Solutions and Sachin Gupta, Senior Director of Product Management in Cisco’s Unified Access team discuss real-world use case of Cisco UPOE for medical networks in this 3-minute video.

Cisco UPOE can deliver both data and power to Hill-Rom NaviCare Nurse Call systems over a single Ethernet cable. You can now simplify your network infrastructure by extending the benefits of Catalyst switching from corporate networks to medical networks. The converged network can enable superior healthcare services and lower total cost of ownership.

Cisco UPOE is available on the industry’s most widely deployed modular access switching platform – Catalyst 4500E.

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