Artemed installs advanced TV in two hospitals

Artemed selects Motama for advanced hospital TV

Artemed selects Motama for advanced hospital TV

German hospital group Artemed has successfully installed an advanced TV system, provided by Motama in two of its hospitals, Hospital zum Heiligen Geist in Kempen and hospital Tabea in Hamburg.

As part of the system, TV signals are received by satellite and forwarded to the IP network of each hospital. At the patient’s bedside specifically configured tables of company Samsung are provided running the Android operating system.

In addition, TV sets with large screens are also integrated into the TV network by connecting them to set-top boxes of company Amino Communications, which are also served by Motama servers.

“We are very satisfied with the products and the support of Motama. Therefore, it was an easy decision for us to select Motama again for the second installation,” says Stefan Vogel, Head of Information Technology at Artemed.

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