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ExteNet Systems Showcases Wireless Connectivity at HIMSS 2014 Intelligent Hospital Pavilion

LISLE, Ill., Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ExteNet Systems, Inc., a leader in providing distributed networks for the wireless industry in North America, today announced that it will showcase its wireless connectivity solutions in the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion at the HIMSS'14 Conference in Orlando, Florida.

Building on the growing industry momentum in Mobile Health (mHealth), the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion at HIMSS will demonstrate the use of new and emerging technologies to improve the patient-caregiver interactions and showcase how the modern wireless network is becoming the cornerstone for connectivity and ultimately helping enhance the delivery of healthcare services.

Visitors walking through the life-size replicas of an Emergency Department (ED) and Labor and Deliver Room (LDR) will experience and learn about the benefits of pervasive wireless connectivity in a hospital setting, enabled by a secure, high performing and reliable wireless infrastructure.

Jon Davis, Vice President of Business Development at ExteNet, explained, "The LDR and ED use cases at HIMSS are just two scenarios where we will emphasize the growing use of wireless connectivity in today's advanced healthcare facilities. These use cases will demonstrate the value a connected hospital can provide to caregivers, patients, administrators, and others that visit a hospital. ExteNet is currently deploying distributed wireless networks supporting 3G and 4G LTE connectivity at many healthcare organizations including Banner Health and Dignity Health. Our belief is that these high-bandwidth networks will significantly help improve the Quality of Care."

HIMSS'14 is taking place February 23-27, 2014 in Orlando, FL at the Orange County Convention Center (West Building). More than 10,000 visitors are expected to tour the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion in Hall E Booth 8265 and ExteNet Systems will have experts on hand to discuss opportunities and answer questions.

About ExteNet Systems

Lisle, IL-based ExteNet Systems, Inc. designs, builds, owns and operates distributed networks for use by wireless carriers and venue owners in key strategic markets. Using distributed antenna systems (DAS), small cells, Wi-Fi and other technologies, ExteNet deploys networks to enhance coverage and capacity and enable superior wireless service in both outdoor and indoor environments. Primary markets addressed by ExteNet include outdoor distributed networks in a variety of densely occupied or heavily traveled settings, and a host of indoor verticals, including sports and entertainment venues, the hospitality industry, commercial buildings, and healthcare facilities. For more information, visit www.extenetsystems.com.

"ExteNet®" is a registered trademark of ExteNet Systems, Inc.

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