Boost Pro Systems has launched vital healthcare mobile connectivity solutions for NHS hospitals in Liverpool, Dundee, and other cities in the UK. The company’s Distributed Antenna System (DAS) improves mobile signal quality for in-hospital communication systems and IoT-enabled medical devices.
Boost Pro Systems announced the launch of vital healthcare mobile connectivity solutions for NHS hospitals in Liverpool, Dundee, Manchester, and other cities in the UK. The company provides mobile signal boosting technology to power IoT-based mobile medical devices and patient mobile telephony and internet services, enabling critical communication services during pandemic lockdowns.
The mobile signal repeater solutions provider in Livingston, Scotland announced the deployment of its Distributed Antenna System (DAS) at The Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Trafford General, and Ninewells Hospital. The mobile signal improvement system is designed to prevent poor reception, slow mobile data speeds, dropped calls, and mobile black spots in hospitals.
Boost Pro Systems uses a state-of-the-art cellular phone signal repeater system to support all major UK mobile network providers—EE, O2, Three, and Vodafone.
According to the National Health Executive and a study published in the peer-reviewed journal Telemedicine and e-Health, digital connectivity plays a key role in clinical communication and healthcare delivery. Boost Pro Systems uses legal mobile signal booster technology to provide reliable cellular coverage in hospitals where architecture and construction materials block the mobile signal. The company is an authorized provider of licence-exempt mobile repeaters in the UK.
The DAS system allows doctors, nurses, and hospital personnel to transmit patient files, medical information, and routine or emergency communications between departments. Boost Pro Systems offers scalable mobile signal network improvement solutions tailored to a client’s needs and provides ongoing managed telecommunications services that include physical testing, automatic updates, and digital performance monitoring.
Sister company Clarus Site Solutions has also connected hundreds of Covid testing centres with 4G and 5G broadband. This rapid-deployment solution has enabled test centres to be fully operational from day one, allowing employees to communicate across sites and ensure results are delivered to patients within 24 hours.
According to Derek Phillips, Managing Director of Clarus Site Solutions and Boost Pro Systems, “We are proud to have grown despite the challenges of 2020, bringing in new talent and using our expertise to implement solutions which have improved operations for the healthcare sector in particular. We have a very strong pipeline of projects across the UK and will continue to invest and grow further in 2021. This is a testament to our fantastic team and clients.”
Boost Pro Systems was founded in 2014 by husband and wife team Derek and Debra Phillips. The company has 35 employees across three offices in London, Livingston, and Manchester. The company is authorized for mobile signal repeater technology services by 200 mobile operators in 100 countries.