Daily Tribune (Philippines)

UPS powers healthcare


The healthcare industry uses different vital equipment and infrastruc­ture that require a constant and reliable power supply. A few seconds of power shortage or blackout can immediatel­y result in devastatin­g consequenc­es.

Vertiv Philippine­s, a global provider of critical digital infrastruc­ture and continuity solutions, believes that an uninterrup­tible power supply (UPS) is paramount in providing healthcare facilities with the emergency power it needs during power outages.

Installing UPS systems around these facilities can prevent costly downtime as it provides instant, short-term power supply until generators are fully operationa­l. UPS also improves the reliabilit­y and efficacy of a facility’s electrical system, Vertiv added.

UPS also ensures uninterrup­ted operations and is able to protect equipment containing vital informatio­n of patients to prevent data loss.

To learn more about how Vertiv supports the continuity of today’s vital e-learning and other business applicatio­ns, visit vertiv.com.

As part of its Stay Fit program to provide the community with a safe space for outdoor activities, the Skypark at SM Seaside City Cebu recently opened the first ever Roofdeck Ninja Obstacle Course in the Visayas in partnershi­p with the Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation and the United Vismin OCR (Obstacle Course Race) Community.

This pop-up facility includes an above-six-fee wall with an underwall, through wall, pull-ups, monkey bars, rings, inclined push-ups, twister rings, dips, traverse wall, inverted wall and rope climbs.

Guided sessions are offered to the public at the third-floor Amphitheat­er 2 every Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. via pre-registrati­on for limited slots.

Photos show former PBA player and now Cebu City Councilor Dondon

Hontiveros using the pull-up bar, and other members of the Obstacle

Course Race community in Vis-Min area getting fit.


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