Vocera aims to 'eliminate communications failures' with Wallace Wireless deal

With its recent acquisition of Canadian-based Wallace Wireless--a software solutions company that enables page, text message and alert delivery directly to smartphones over WiFi and cellular data networks--healthcare communications company Vocera believes it is better poised to eliminate communication failures. "Bringing our companies together creates enormous potential for improving the seamless delivery of alarms, alerts, and pages, regardless of the recipient's location or device of choice," Wallace president Rob Moffat said in a statement. Press release

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