Healthcare Industries

West Networks has a long history of satisfied customers in the healthcare industry.

We provide high value, reliable, and Speed Fusion fast installation services to healthcare customers across the country primarily to mobile healthcare units in mammography, dental, cancer, diagnostics and outreach services. We provide the hardware needed for any type of healthcare application requiring high speed low latency connections to the internet and home base for the mobile healthcare unit while dispatched out in the field.
  • Mobile Heath
  • Mobile Laboratories
  • COVID-19 Testing
  • Behavior Health
  • Mobile Vetc
  • Telemed
  • Mobile Dental
  • Mobile Mammography
  • Blood Mobile
  • Mobile Eye Clinic

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Mobile Connectivity Packages

Commonly Purchased Healthcare Products

  • Balance SDX

    Request Price Quote We are thrilled to introduce the Balance SDX! This time, we’re taking the high performance and modular construction of the “X” series and […]

  • MAX HD4 MBX LTEA (FirstNet Ready)

    Request Price Quote Specs: Quad 4G LTE-A Pro Mobile Powerhouse 4x Embedded 4G LTE-A Pro Modem (America/FirstNet Ready) SpeedFusion Bandwidth/VPN Bonding 2x USB, 3x Ethernet, 1x […]

  • Peplink All Purpose EPX

    Request Price Quote This is a monster of a router. It is the most powerful cellular router in the world! It is modular which allows you […]

Mobile Health applications generally need 4+ SIMS for Increased Reliability and Throughput.

Testimonials​

Case Studies

From first responders to mobile clinics to keeping patient records, the healthcare industry is going through a rapid digital transformation. Peplink products support a wide range of scenarios encountered by healthcare operators, from FirstNet-ready mobile routers with unbreakable connectivity, SD-WAN routers with robust bandwidth and instant failover capabilities, and InControl2 which keeps the all Peplink devices managed under one account.

From <https://www.peplink.com/enterprise-solutions/healthcare/>

SpeedFusion for Operations

Fixing Connectivity Issues for Mobile Operations


Since 2012, West Networks has been successfully deploying SD-WAN over cellular for Mobile Operations using SpeedFusion bonding from Peplink.

The Challenge

Connectivity for Mobile Operations is uniquely challenging because of the demand for reliable access to Internal business applications and resources has become a standard expectation. Many operators try to use standard solutions, such as hotspots or cellular routers with IPSec VPN, which aren’t reliable enough due to the unpredictable nature of cellular.

The Solution:

SpeedFusion SD-WAN

SpeedFusion SD-WAN combines the bandwidth of multiple connections into a VPN tunnel with the speed and reliability of all links combined. In order to implement SpeedFusion SD-WAN, we need two peers: a central aggregator connected to a highly reliable internet source (i.e. hospital or data center) and the remote peer that has multiple WANs to be bonded. The aggregator, a Peplink Balance Router, is used to receive VPN traffic from the multiple internet connections of the remote peer router.

Bonding increases reliability and security by encrypting all WANs, splitting traffic over those WANs and centralizing your security architecture.

If you previously thought a VPN was secure, imagine a VPN that splits the data over several WANs. Basically, only a small piece of each 256bit AES encrypted packet flows through each WAN. For more added security when setting up remote sites, with Peplink SpeedFusion VPN, we set “deny all in / deny all out” as their default firewall rule. This allows all the traffic from the mobile clinic to flow through the hospital’s firewall making suresecurity policies are enforced. SpeedFusion SD-WAN combines the bandwidth of multiple connections into a VPN tunnel with the speed and reliability of all links combined. In order to implement SpeedFusion SD-WAN, we need two peers: a central aggregator connected to a highly reliable internet source (i.e. hospital or data center) and the remote peer that has multiple WANs to be bonded. The aggregator, a Peplink Balance Router, is used to receive VPN traffic from the multiple internet connections of the remote peer router.
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