CDC deploys converged wireless network

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has deployed wireless technology from MobileAccess Networks across its newly renovated Atlanta campus. The organization spent $1.5 billion to redesign its three buildings, which reopened in October. MobileAccess' Universal Wireless Network grants CDC workers access to various mobile devices and services, including BlackBerry units, mobile phones and WiFi networks, over a converged network. Since the renovated campus opened, CDC employees have been using mobile phones from several carriers over the network.

For more on the CDC's wireless deployment:
- read this MobileAccess press release

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