The 2012 mHealth Summit near Washington, D.C., highlighted the vast opportunities in mobile technology and health care. The hardware runs the gamut from ubiquitous Nokia basic handsets, to smartphones and tablets based on Apple and Google operating systems. Cisco's networking equipment and Equinix's data centers also play a key role. In the video below, Dr. Patricia Mechael explains how all these companies have a huge international presence and help save many lives.

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