CEG’s expert advice on critical power for smaller medical environments was recently featured in Healthcare Facilities Today Hospital networks have UPS systems and redundancies in place for their facilities and sensitive equipment. In our experience that’s not always the case for some smaller clinics, labs, nursing homes or hospice centers. With equipment manufacturing and shipping…

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Technology. It’s ever-changing. Fast-paced. Complex. How can any company or organization, no matter which industry or market, keep up? The answer lies in flexible, adaptable, and agile data center physical infrastructure and real-time management software. Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center’s 7,500 square foot data center, David Plamondon, Data…

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Originally constructed in 1948, Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center, a 25-bed critical-access hospital opened its doors in 1950 in the small farming and retirement community of Odessa, Washington—just 72 miles west of Spokane. As the only local hospital for 30 miles around, Odessa Memorial serves 2,500 citizens in Odessa and the surrounding area. Over the years,…

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