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The Wireless Research Center (WRC) of North Carolina successfully jumps the next wave in the mobile health industry by unveiling a non-profit framework to support the convergence of wireless technologies and medical devices.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 08, 2013
As a leader in wireless product development, testing, research and regulatory support, the WRC allows small businesses and technology start-ups to incubate, grow and flourish in these areas without needing to hire internal specialist engineering resources. As a non-profit entity the WRC provides confidential access to a broad range of engineering expertise (radio frequency, electrical, mechanical, acoustic, etc) and access to state-of-the-art facilities (antenna, OTA, RF Exposure, etc) to design, test and bring to market the most advanced wireless medical devices.
“The WRC is changing the way technology start-ups do business by providing an environment to educate and connect companies previously unaware of wireless technology,” says WRC President, Gerard Hayes. “We think this will result in more productivity and significant time-to-market savings.”
About Wireless Research Center of North Carolina: Located in Wake Forest, NC USA, the WRC supports a global customer base which offer wireless products over a diverse range of applications from remotely placed transceivers to near-body, on-body, and in-body medical devices. The unique environment of the WRC fosters collaboration within industry partners and with other academic/research organizations.
Wireless Research Center of North Carolina: Karen Morris 919.649.6976, kmorris(at)morrisworldwide(dot)com or Gerard Hayes 919.435.1051 x101, gerard.hayes(at)wirelesscenter-nc(dot)org.
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