The 2Net Hub provides a single collection point for the wireless data generated by a plethora of home health devices that use a variety of communication standards, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and ANT+. Data stored by the hub can be transmitted to a cloud operated by Qualcomm via a cellular connection, making it possible to share the information with doctors or insurers.
Product: 2Net Hub
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