Complex Networks Do Not Deliver the Connected Experience Seniors Expect
When relocating to a senior living community, seniors expect the same comforts enjoyed in their own home. One of the most important being, a similar technology experience. Often, seniors rely on their connected devices to stay close to friends and family.
But many modern senior communities aren’t equipped to deliver the fast data transfer speeds and connectivity seniors expect. Too many senior living communities are bogged down by an infrastructure containing a plethora of networks, typically provided by multiple parties. And they are still relying on these outdated infrastructure networks to deliver connectivity for IT, administration, clinical, security, and residential triple play. Services on these networks include VoIP, data, print, video, access controls, nurse call, monitoring devices, and residential triple play (RFTV, analog voice, and Internet access). Plus, their service arrangements and costs structures vary from service to service and require a blend of owner provided or service provider network infrastructure and cabling.