NextiraOne becomes network partner to share best practice in low carbon voice and data network infrastructures
Lichfield, 29 March, 2010. NextiraOne, Europe’s leading expert in communications services, has announced that it is partnering in the UK with 2degrees to sponsor its Greener Healthcare Network to help drive forward low carbon ICT solutions in the British Healthcare Sector. NextiraOne is the only ICT company in the UK as exclusive sponsor of the Greener Healthcare Network and is helping to share information on best practice, methodologies and technologies that can make a real difference to reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions.
2degrees is a collaborative problem-solving and innovation service that helps organisations to respond to the opportunities and challenges of climate change and the transition to a low carbon, resource-constrained economy. 2degrees works uniquely by using the experience of its members – including NextiraOne – to facilitate peer-to-peer problem-solving and manage collaborative projects.
The organisation has a number of networks and NextiraOne – with its specific expertise in delivering innovative, sustainable communications solutions for the Healthcare Sector – is partnering with the Greener Healthcare network, where the company advises and informs about ongoing developments in the IT and communications industry.
The Greener Healthcare Network has been developed to address the key sustainability issues that affect today's Healthcare Sector. With over 250 sustainability professionals already, and many more to come, the network focuses on core challenges including Energy and Carbon Reduction, Clinical Transformation; Finance and Governance; Procurement and Sourcing; Elimination of Waste and Transport. By sponsoring the network, NextiraOne, like all members, can run webinars, partake in forum discussions and share best practice with NHS peers and selected sustainability experts.
As a major supplier of communications solutions, including voice and data networks and Unified Communications implementations, to the Healthcare Sector, NextiraOne is already playing a key role in driving carbon reduction in a number of major healthcare projects in the UK including the James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the North Bristol NHS Trust and the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. The company designs, delivers, implements and supports sustainable communications solutions for public and private sector companies, utilising the latest energy-efficient technologies for servers, switches and data storage and for the cooling, lighting and power supplies required. In addition these solutions allow the introduction of new communications applications and services that drive business efficiency and new collaborative working practices that increase productivity and reduce the need for extensive business travel.
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