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2010 OF Create an all-wireless enterprise


infrastructure, anticipating and resolving performance, interference and security issues. As a result, IT organizations will have the ability to offer users reliable and seamless mobility, despite increasing applications and devices. Meru's Virtual Cell technology pools radio resources into a singular layer of coverage. All Meru Access Points (APs) use the same radio channels and appear as one, letting client devices move freely throughout a network without disruptive handoffs. Meru Networks


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Everything but karaoke SpeechMike III features noise


reduction technology that makes it well suited for use in busy environments and for authors or transcriptionists who desire crystal-clear sound quality. This version of the


device also has a slimmer design than its predecessor refl ecting state-of-the-art ergonomics, a symmetrical layout for ease of use for both right- and left-handed users and an antimicrobial surface for safe and sanitary handling. The new button layout with bigger dictation function buttons


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2010 saw the release of hundreds of healthcare IT-based products. For this, our end-of-the-year issue, HMT put together a sampling of some of the most-talked-about solutions and gadgets. Enjoy!


Cordless 2D imager


Motorola’s DS6878-HC cordless 2D imager extends access of critical information to the patient’s bedside, the nurse’s station, operating room and beyond. The imager provides real-time access to information and allows healthcare personnel to


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scan documents, such as drivers’ licenses and insurance cards, for identification, as well as facial images, to create and maintain EMRs. IP43 sealing and specially designed plastic housing allow for safe wipe-downs and sanitizing without harming the housing or components. The omnidirectional scanner can capture 1D or 2D bar codes, as well as signatures, documents, still photographs and video. Bluetooth functionality provides rapid capture of information in emergency situations, and the unit can be charged over the USB cable connected to its base. Motorola


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enables push-to-dictate operation with minimal thumb movements, and a clickable trackball makes mouse functioning easier. SpeechMike III is available in two versions: push buttons or slide switch to control dictation functions. All


designs are also available with a barcode scanner, so information can be read directly from patient or client files and assigned with precision to the relevant file. Philips Speech Processing


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