Company to display at the Global Centre for Health Innovation.
Cisco has joined the Global Center for Health Innovation, in Cleveland, US, to display solutions for the smart healthcare market.
The company will deploy a Healthcare Customer eXperience Center (CXC), measuring 900 sq ft, which will enable visitors to experience collaborative, consultative and customised healthcare services.
Cisco said it wants to explore the role of technology in the healthcare industry and how it can change the market.
The firm will display how to utilise a highly secure medical-grade network throughout the enterprise, and how the network allows for mobile care providers to access medical data on their preferred mobile devices.
The exhibition will overlook the role of IoE and data analytics in shaping the future of healthcare by exploring how telehealth and sensors within medical devices can create new opportunities for innovation in healthcare.
Barbara Casey, Senior Practice Director for Healthcare Transformation at Cisco said: "Creating a customised and immersive visual experience at the Global Centre for Healthcare Innovation will completely transform the way we present to and interact with our healthcare customers and partners.
"We have now entered new territory in the way we at Cisco deliver information through this new and enhanced visual experience."