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Compact, robust and reliable serial-to-network bridges

Philips Axon is the next generation of reliable, serial-to-network bridges within the Philips Capsule Medical Device Information Platform (MDIP), enabling the automatic collection of medical device data. The Philips Axon features an always-on design and connects to the hospital network through a wired Ethernet or standard 802.11 a/b/d/g/h/j/n/ ac/r/w wireless network.

Convenient and powerful options for any care area


Flexible configurations to meet your needs

  • One, four, or eight port configurations to fit a wide range of use cases
  • Support for both wired and wireless network connections to support stationary or mobile care use cases
  • Small profile design enabling deployment in crowded environments

Easy and simple hardware deployment

  • Power over ethernet offers the possibility for a single cable to support both power and network connection
  • True medical device plug and play integration

Reliable connectivity and data integration

  • Enables the integration of device data into the hospital EMR and other downstream systems
  • Brings “always-on” data feeds to support patient surveillance capabilities to care areas with minimal space
  • Expands access to data-driven interventions and precision care protocols in more areas of the hospital

Take a closer look at the Philips Axon and find out how it can help you deploy device integration with ease and optimize workflows.


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