Cisco released their MGN 2.0 - Wireless Architectures document this week. Nothing earth shattering here but it is a good refresh for healthcare organizations to take a pulse of what offerings there are in the healthcare wireless vertical.
"Cisco does not certify, endorse or provide support for Wi-Fi deployments over any distributed antenna
system. The DAS vendor or integrator is solely responsible for the support of the DAS products and for
any RF-related issues. This includes location accuracy, RF coverage, roaming issues related to RF,
multipath issues, and scalability. While Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) and Cisco field teams
do not provide support for RF issues that arise in a Cisco WLAN used over a DAS, they will, however,
provide support for non-RF related issues if they arise"
"Wireless Networks which use Open Authentication, Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) or Cisco's WEP
Extension using CKIP) are no longer considered Medical Grade due to their weak security."