Ericsson is Thinking Mobile — Mobile Health

According to a report from our sister site mHealthWatch, Brighter and Ericsson have launched a new partnership to “simplify the connection” of MedTech, such as next-generation Brighter One. If you’re not familiar, this is an integrated blood glucose meter and injection device for insulin treated diabetics, which logs blood glucose value, actual volume of injected …   Read More

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Ericsson is Thinking Mobile -- Mobile HealthAccording to a report from our sister site mHealthWatch, Brighter and Ericsson have launched a new partnership to “simplify the connection” of MedTech, such as next-generation Brighter One.

If you’re not familiar, this is an integrated blood glucose meter and injection device for insulin treated diabetics, which logs blood glucose value, actual volume of injected insulin, as well as other information relevant to the treatment.

“We are very pleased to partner with Ericsson, which has a world-leading platform for connecting devices to mobile networks, popularly called the Internet of Things – ‘IoT’, which includes global device connectivity management,” says Brighter’s CEO and founder Truls Sjöstedt.

“The cooperation gives us not only the best technical platform,” Sjöstedt adds, “but also access to Ericsson’s customers – the mobile network operators, who through Brighter’s offer can access a new market segment on their existing customer base. It’s a win-win where all three parties receive the opportunity to develop their business on a new, exciting and growing market – mHealth

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