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  • 21 November 2017 |
  • hscn

CG attend the HSCN Summit

It was another great week for the CG team, as we travelled up to the Royal Armouries in Leeds to attend the HSCN Summit North. The event provides the unique opportunity for all of those involved in the migration from the old N3 network to the new HSCN network.

 

Our Sales Director and Principle Consultant gave a presentation to a variety of public sector workers about our vision to change people’s digital experience in the healthcare economy.

With over 20 years experience in servicing the health care industry, supporting over 30 NHS trusts in optimising their networks, we also spoke about the future cost consumption models when it comes to accessing the internet.

The event provided a great opportunity for us to get talking to the people who will be using the HSCN network. We also got to discuss the journey of connectivity as a service (CAAS) along with the current challenges faced by healthcare providers today.

Here at Convergence group, we are proud to be one of the first providers to be accredited. We are HSCN accredited, a DNSP and have CAS-T accredited the UK mainland network to provide secure, resilient WAN network services for both Private and Public-Sector customers.

We look forward to the next opportunity to share our vision for the future of connectivity services!

At Convergence Group, we’re always looking forward to the future of connectivity: Tiviti, the UK’s foremost Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS) offering is just this. Our vision is clear, and we plan on being part of the network of tomorrow. We are driven, agile and no-nonsense. In an industry dominated by incumbents, we aim to be a business that will grow with the times, not stand against them. Our network is the network of the future, and we just can’t wait for tomorrow.

 

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