Wireless Access Point

Wireless Access Point (WAP) for healthcare provides a networking hardware device to allow Wi-Fi compliant devices to connect within a connected network. It can connect to a wireless router as a standalone devices or the component of a router. WAP has the standard of frequency of IEEE 802.11 and has special security considerations which requires the use of an encryption from WEP to WPA2 and other reliable built-in traffic in most devices nowadays. 

In the mission-critical environment of healthcare, delivering the very best in patient care requires doctors, nurses and other caregivers to be instantly able to reach colleagues and access a wealth of data.