Microwave mast gives web of support to help pets.
ODYSSEY Systems has overcome a notorious internet blackspot to help Wear Referrals treat injured animals at its new Sedgefield-based veterinary hospital.
Wear Referrals' facility is equipped with a range of advanced medical equipment to treat pets of all sizes, including an MRI scanner and digital x-ray.
These consume large amounts of data while in operation.
Odyssey technicians have installed the most cost-effective solution for the hospital - a standalone microwave mast, which provides internet speeds of up to 20mb - more than enough to simultaneously cope with the demands of the company's medical equipment, and at a fraction of the cost of a leased line.
Christine Gilbert, director at Odyssey Systems, said: "The microwave link has provided a cost-effective solution that will effectively address the company's need for a reliable internet connection. "There isn't a 'one size fits all' approach. This is why we often deliver bespoke systems in line with client requirements."
Stacy Burleigh, practice manager, said: "Opening a new hospital is very complex and time consuming, so it was important that we chose a company able to work around our schedule.
"Its engineers gave us regular updates throughout and completed the job at hand without causing any interruption."
Elisa Robinson, Stacy |Burleigh and Matt Park
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Jul 7, 2015|
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