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Throughout the years data exchange through computing systems has become more and more important. Twenty years ago, the only people who would care if servers are down are those who worked in research facilities or some government computing department. Fast forward to the present, helpdesk agents would be inundated with complaints the very minute your services went offline.
However, some things never change. Even as we chase to replace our energy sources from non-renewable to renewable, our medical monitoring devices and life support systems still consume electricity. That makes the age old problem of power outages a relevant issue even to this very day.
That is why the use of Uninterruptable Power Supply units are becoming more and more prevalent over the years. Considering how enormously important our health care industry have become, it is vital that the infrastructure that are facilitating this process are backed up by a solid continuous power solution such as a medical grade UPS.