HPE Aruba is supporting the healthcare industry in the battle against COVID-19
Healthcare workers on the front lines of COVID-19 need secure network connectivity. HPE Aruba is donating $50 million in secure connectivity kits to support pop-up clinics, testing sites and temporary hospitals in the US, Canada, UK and EU. They have also created the Airheads Volunteer Corps, a registry of volunteer network engineers ready to assist in the build-out of network infrastructures for medical facilities addressing the pandemic. Their goal is to support the heroic efforts of the healthcare industry during these unprecedented times. Learn more below.
Rapid Response Healthcare Support
Given the influx of temporary COVID-related healthcare facilities, HPE Aruba is responding by donating thousands of secure connectivity kits for the immediate provisioning of pop-up clinics, testing sites and temporary hospital facilities in the US, Canada, UK and EU. There are two bundles being offered: one designed as a small site wireless LAN extension from the existing healthcare network and one designed for large site locations.
Airheads Volunteer Corp
To help healthcare organizations get set up quickly, HPE Aruba has created the Airheads Volunteer Corps; an opt-in registry of volunteer network engineers ready to assist in the build out of network infrastructures for medical facilities battling this pandemic and caring for the surge of patients. In creating this registry, Aruba aims to connect those in need of IT skills, with those who have the ability to help. Our hope is that by working together, Aruba and our Airheads community can help those on the front lines dealing with the challenges of this global crisis. If you’d like to help, register today.
HPE Aruba UXI In-Kind Donations to California Hospitals
To help alleviate pressures on networks and streamline management, HPE Aruba is donating User Experience Insight (UXI) technology to Stanford Health, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, and California Department of State Hospitals so they can remotely access and monitor overtaxed wireless networks and troubleshoot issues remotely.
Learn more about HPE's COVID-19 efforts in the attached PDF.