OnGo delivers a high-performance LTE network for clinics, medical centers and hospitals.

OnGo is the next generation in wireless connectivity, delivering LTE quality and reliability at the cost and ease of Wi-Fi. Medical staff and administrators can securely share important communications such as the most sensitive digitized medical files, increasing productivity and helping lower costs. Patients and their families can rely on interference-free broadband to stay entertained and connected.

Over 70% of commercial buildings [including hospitals] have insufficient mobile coverage indoors. OnGo improves wireless coverage and capacity, making it ideal for wireless needs in a world where spectrum is limited, but data demand is not.”

Joel LindholmBusiness Working Group Chair

How does OnGo make a difference?

Hospitals and clinics are striving to meet the growing demand for personalized healthcare, and wireless networks have become the foundation for delivering best-in-class patient services. OnGo delivers a secure, high-performance LTE network – one that physicians, nurses, administrators, patients and their families can rely on to provide services and stay connected.

WHITE PAPER

OnGo: New Shared Spectrum Enables Flexible Indoor and Outdoor Mobile Solutions and New Business Models

Previously unavailable Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is enabling new levels of connectivity. Read this white paper to learn what the possibilities are for your business.

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