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Static Systems Group PLC, Registered Office: Heath Mill Road, Wombourne, Staffordshire, WV5 8AN, England.
Registration No. 1331299 England. VAT No. GB 101 8596 81.   Copyright 1964-2018.  All rights reserved.

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Fusion-IP nurse call defined for every environment

In a concerted effort to take the complexity out of choosing the most appropriate nurse call system, Static Systems Group has categorized its Fusion-IP product range into three distinct sub-brands, and at the same time added a wireless system for good measure.

Together, the new Fusion-IP ‘family’ comprising: Ultima, Optima, Codem and Aspire can accommodate the nurse call needs of all healthcare environments, ranging from simple systems for smaller community hospitals and treatment centres, to hi-tech, new-build schemes employing the latest IP technologies.  A cost-effective upgrade path for legacy systems is also provided.

“As an established company that has worked within healthcare for almost 50 years, we feel we have an obligation to provide pragmatic advice to specifiers and users of our products which will assist them in making more informed decisions.  Also, to be confident that the correct solution has been chosen without incurring unnecessary costs in order to achieve the required functionality,” explains Static Systems’ Marketing Manager, Jennie Horrocks.

“What has become clear to us is that no one solution fits all.  With this knowledge we set about clearly defining Fusion-IP nurse call to suit virtually every need and environment.”

Fusion-IP Ultima typically accommodates the needs of a new-build hospital requiring a fully structured wired solution, with IP connectivity at the patient bedside in order to provide advanced functionalities such as VoIP speech and IP TV entertainment.

Equally, for those who require the simplicity and advantages of a structured-wired solution, but not necessarily the added cost of full IP connectivity at the bed there is Fusion-IP Optima.

Designed for healthcare installations that have more basic needs, or perhaps wishing only to refresh or upgrade an existing system, there is Fusion-IP Codem.

Fusion-IP Aspire is a radio based solution ideally suited to low acuity environments such as hospices, day care facilities and care homes, or as a temporary system for use during ward upgrades.

All solutions in the Fusion-IP family can operate independently or as one integrated system with connection via a TCP/IP connection through an Ethernet switch.


Issued: October 2013

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The Fusion-IP ‘family’ comprising: Ultima, Optima, Codem and Aspire can accommodate the nurse call needs of all healthcare environments.