The Telehealth Revolution:
The Impact on Healthcare Network Closets
Ensuring Power Continuity in Telehealth and Healthcare Closets
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Healthcare distributed infrastructure was already being forced to adapt to the surge in data resulting from digitalization when the global pandemic spiked telehealth services. This spike is expected to translate into sustained long-term growth for telehealth services, putting additional stress on IT infrastructure.
Rack and Power Distribution Strategies for Expanding Healthcare Network Closets,
Thursday, July 30, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT - Session 2 of 4
With the recent surge of telehealth services, many healthcare IT systems are feeling the strain. As you add more network gear, servers and storage to keep up with the growing demand, challenges of space limitation and cable management may become more severe. Equipment rack selection and configuration can improve space utilization and cable management while rack PDUs can do much more than provide outlets for IT equipment.
How Digitalization and Telehealth are Heating Up Healthcare Closets,
Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 09:00 AM EDT - Session 3 of 4
When they were first deployed, most healthcare closets could operate without dedicated cooling. But digitalization and telehealth are requiring these locations to support more powerful computing, network and telecommunications equipment. With more equipment comes more heat, potentially shortening equipment life and increasing the risk of downtime.
Monitoring and Maintaining Healthcare Closets to Support Digitalization and Telehealth
Thursday, August 27, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT - Session 4 of 4
Digitalization and the rapid growth of telehealth are increasing the criticality of healthcare IT and network closets—and putting new demands on IT staff. Manually monitoring distributed IT equipment can be time-consuming and lead to delays in recognizing potential problems that can lead to downtime.