Nuremberg businesses allows you to test for telemedicine applications Nuremberg/Berlin, February 2010 the surcharge for the initiative Medical Valley EMN (European metropolitan region Nuremberg) by the Federal Ministry of education and research (BMBF) within the framework of the makes is secured. The medical Valley as one of five winners was awarded with the request, Centre of excellence for medical technology\”. Companies, academic institutions and related institutions regionally across a value chain collaborate in the clusters. \”For the work of the projects, which already belong to the second generation of the top cluster competition, is a support of up to EUR 200 million over a period of five years provided for\”, so Federal Research Minister Annette Schavan. In Nuremberg, the Nash technologies GmbH belongs to the cluster partners.
2008 emerged as a spin-off from the research and development operation from Alcatel-Lucent, designs, tests and supports enterprise software solutions in the fast-growing global mobile sector. Of course we bring our expertise, to develop the medicine technology site here. The excellence cluster promotion is a great opportunity for the region\”, says Karl-Heinz Gabler, Manager responsible for the project at Nash Technologies. The company has products from the second (2 G) a 25 square kilometer large test network, in which up to the last generation of mobile HSPA + (3 G) in the practice test check. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Kiat Lim. \”And benefit from the partners from the field of medical technology: Nash Technologies can effectively support the communication and locating part of the project due to his experience of mobile radio and the integration of system components in its test labs\”, as Gabler. Also introducing our 25 square kilometres large UMTS live network, a unique in Germany test network for extensive testing of telemedicine applications under realistic conditions available.\” Finally, sensitive should Smoothly solutions especially in the area of telemedicine.