Expanding Sales and Profit Through Wireless
Another unusual application that has grown Jamiesons’ wireless business stemmed from a donation the company made of a Sonos system to a stereotactic room at Toledo Hospital. “That’s where they do special diagnostics to determine if a breast lump is cancerous,” Clark said. “It’s a very high-anxiety area for patients, so we set up the system so that the women waiting for examination could ask for whatever they wanted to listen to.”
Within two weeks after the installation, Jamiesons added systems to the X-ray and MRI rooms and ultimately outfitted all the test facilities in the hospital’s Breast Care Center. Doctors then began to ask about getting systems for their homes. “That was all business we never even knew existed,” Clark said.
Jamiesons’ commercial work has also led to installations of enterprise-grade wireless home networks in large homes with pool houses located far from the home-base routers.