Allerio Product Certified FirstNet Ready
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 | Comments

Allerio announced that its Allerio Mobile Hub solution was approved as First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) Ready for use on the FirstNet network. Allerio is a portable connectivity platform that optimizes cellular connectivity, enabling first responders in the field to record, share and transmit critical patient and other broadband data quickly at the point of care and in transit.

The FirstNet Ready Allerio Mobile Hub supports access to the dedicated FirstNet network core.

“We are excited to add the Allerio solution to the FirstNet ecosystem, which enables two-way telemedicine and rich data sharing among first responders in the field and hospitals,” said Brenda Kittila, vice president, FirstNet operations at AT&T.

The Allerio Mobile Hub embedded with FirstNet connectivity will give first responders access to benefits of the nationwide FirstNet public-safety network, including end-to-end encryption. The solution will transform care in the field with the single push of a button to reliably connect and quickly share rich patient and other broadband data.

“First responders are seeking ways to treat patients with a robust connection at the point of care without the limitations of vehicle-mounted solutions," said TJ Kennedy, CEO, Allerio. "This connected platform will radically transform how first responders utilize telemedicine. We're proud to have reached this important milestone in the commercial deployment of the Allerio Mobile Hub."

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