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Mark Wehrmeister
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re: An embedded solution for medical device interoperability
Mark Wehrmeister   1/30/2011 5:24:34 AM
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It's about time that standard plug and play interfaces are available for medical devices. Standardization of these interfaces and the availability of full-stack solutions will make it simpler and less costly to add the interfaces and ultimately drive down costs for the devices while improving their interoperability. A win-win for everyone.

t.alex
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re: An embedded solution for medical device interoperability
t.alex   1/29/2011 11:43:41 AM
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Standardization is the way to go when it comes to interoperability. Manufacturers will focus more on the unique features of the products rather than solving communication issues.

prabhakar_deosthali
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re: An embedded solution for medical device interoperability
prabhakar_deosthali   1/29/2011 4:56:32 AM
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Providing The plug-and-play communications is a definite advantage . Apart from reducing the design overhead for each application engineer to implement the protocol stack , it also removes the probability of bugs getting introduced in the communication software.

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