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Siemens Enterprise Communications to showcase healthcare solutions at Unified Communications Expo

- UC combined with the OpenScape Health Station improves patient, nurse and clinician experience by enhancing mobility and information delivery -

London, 27 February 2013: Siemens Enterprise Communications is to demonstrate its OpenScape Health Station for the first time in the UK, as well as other leading unified communications (UC) technologies, at Unified Communications Expo, 5th and 6th March, London Olympia (stand G720). The solutions work together to improve the patient experience, streamline the clinical workflow and help healthcare organisations deliver better patient care while improving efficiency.

The OpenScape Health Station delivers a variety of applications designed for patients and clinicians. It provides patients with easy access to games, movies, music (free of charge and premium paid services), the Internet, a telephone and educational videos at the bedside. Clinicians can use the same device for instant and secure access to documents, patient information, and any EMR/EPR platform. The OpenScape Health Station is built on open standards to ensure it is able to work with the broadest possible range of medical/telemedical devices, enabling a more progressive approach to healthcare.

Integrated two-way video conferencing provides an entry point to telemedicine and remote healthcare - a growing trend. As well as transforming how patients can be cared for, the solution also integrates with back-end functions, such as ordering meals and offering patient surveys, which can help hospitals improve service levels to build brand equity while reducing admin overheads.

The OpenScape Health Station will be on demonstration on the Siemens Enterprise Communications stand alongside other innovative products for UC including:

OpenScape Voice helps hospitals reduce costs by seamlessly integrating with existing data centre infrastructure and providing the scalability, resiliency and application integration that healthcare organisations require as mobility becomes standard. These solutions can improve efficiency and create new revenue streams for healthcare organisations.

Unified Communications Expo is Europe's only event where all the key players in the field of Unified Communications and Connected Business come together under one roof. In the continually changing world of communications, Unified Communications Expo is the one place where visitors can make sense of the latest technologies and their business benefits. Register free today to become part of the event that embraces the latest changes and challenges in communications technology.

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About Siemens Enterprise Communications
Siemens Enterprise Communications is a worldwide leading provider of Unified Communications (UC) Solutions and network infrastructure. Based on 160 years of experience, we provide some of the most successful companies in the world with innovation and quality. The first-class service covers managed services in international multi-vendor environments, as well as a variety of outsourcing options.

The OpenScape solutions from Siemens Enterprise Communications enable - regardless of device - a seamless and efficient collaboration which enhances team performance, thereby greatly increasing the company's success.

Together, the international teams at Siemens Enterprise Communications, which consist of UC experts and service professionals, set standards for a comprehensive communications experience, which enables teams to achieve better results.

Siemens Enterprise Communications is a joint venture of The Gores Group and Siemens AG. The joint venture also encompasses Enterasys Networks, which provides network infrastructure and security solutions for businesses, delivering a perfect basis for joint communications solutions.

You can find further information at www.siemens-enterprise.com/de or http://www.enterasys.com/

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About Unified Communications Expo 2013
The Unified Communications Expo 2013 is an Imago Techmedia event.

With more than 10 years' experience, Imago Techmedia is a specialist in technology events and online resources and is renowned for bringing together expert knowledge, technology and communication specialists and business leaders at events such as Unified Communications Expo, IP EXPO and Enterprise Applications.

These cutting edge events showcase new market solutions and give exhibitors and visitors alike an innovative, compelling and cost-effective experience with practical and thought-provoking advice and information.

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