COPCP selects Array Networks to Enhance Secured Connectivity between Hospitals and Physicians
07/22/2011

Array DesktopDirect and SPX SSL VPN solutions provide secure and affordable remote access to electronic health records as well as files from desktops

Online PR News – 22-July-2011 – – MILPITAS, CA — July 19, 2011 — Array Networks Inc (TWO: 3664) a global leader in application, desktop and cloud service delivery, today announced that Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians (COPCP) has deployed Array’s DesktopDirect and SPX SSL VPN secure remote access solutions. The physician group uses Array’s solutions to enable its physicians spread across 47 locations as well as local doctors from trusted partner networks to access patient records securely, improving the quality of patient care for COPCP members. Central Ohio Primary Care’s employees can also access files and applications from their work desktops from any location.

COPCP chose Array’s DesktopDirect and SSL VPN solutions to improve information access among local hospitals and COPCP’s physicians and physicians from affiliated hospitals. With DesktopDirect, certain COPCP employees, including physicians and IT staff, can access their desktop computers remotely using PCs and tablets. They are able to use files and access applications on their office desktops from anywhere seamlessly without any loss of capability or risk of data leakage. The Array SPX SSL VPN offers simplified and secure access to electronic health records, which contain information on a patient’s prior medical conditions, medications and other pertinent information. This enhances and speeds patient healthcare treatment, which is critical particularly if, for example, they are being treated in the emergency room.

“We evaluated various solutions and choosing Array’s robust secure access solutions was an easy decision,” said Steven Schneider, chief information security officer for COPCP. “The Array DesktopDirect and SPX VPN not only perform to our expectations, they are also very cost-efficient, easy to implement and easy to administer. Having had a great experience working with Array previously with its load balancing solutions, we continue to be very satisfied now with the remote access solutions and the great customer support we have received. We look forward to maintaining our partnership with Array and expanding our use of DesktopDirect.”

“We are proud to enable COPCP to deliver important healthcare services to its 325,000 patients,” said Michael Zhao, president and CEO for Array Networks. “Our secure remote access solutions were built from the ground up to be cost-effective and painless to deploy, while enabling customers to easily access critical information and applications needed for day-to-day work functions from anywhere.”

About Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians
Founded in 1996, Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians (COPCP) is a large physician owned medical group located in Columbus, Ohio. With 215 physicians and 47 locations throughout Central Ohio, the practice provides medical specialties such as family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, infectious disease, endocrinology, and ancillary services that include radiology, laboratory and cardiovascular testing. For more information, visit www.copcp.com.

About Array Networks
Array Networks is a global leader in application, desktop and cloud service delivery with over 5000 worldwide customer deployments. Powered by award-winning SpeedCore™ software, Array solutions are recognized by leading enterprise, service provider and public sector organizations for unmatched performance and total value of ownership. Array is headquartered in Silicon Valley, is backed by over 300 employees worldwide and is a profitable company with strong investors, management and revenue growth. Poised to capitalize on explosive growth in the areas of mobile and cloud computing, analysts and thought leaders including Deloitte, Red Herring and Frost & Sullivan have recognized Array Networks for its technical innovation, operational excellence and market opportunity. Visit - http://www.arraynetworks.net