China Mobile International scales up new data centre in Frankfurt communications line instead of multiple copper wire connections .
Key components in the new data centre are ABB ’ s ZEE600 Remote Operating Panels ( ROP ). The panels protect operator safety by enabling remote control over all four ABB UniGear ZS1 switchgear panels via a touchscreen interface mounted in a separate room .
ABB has provided electrical switchgear and control equipment to China Mobile International ( CMI ), an international telecommunications company located in 36 countries and regions , for its new data centre in Frankfurt , Germany .
The solution was delivered via electrical power distribution supplier , E + I Engineering , with the package including four mediumvoltage ( MV ) switchgear panels equipped with ABB ’ s Relion 620 series protection relays , which communicate to the digital remote operating panels ( ROP ) using IEC 61850 – the international standard for communication in electrical substations .
The solution was designed and delivered to meet CMI ’ s tight timescales , with installation and commissioning time being significantly reduced by use of fullyremote factory acceptance testing and because the digital protection and control scheme is based on a single fibre optic
UniGear ZS1 is ABB ’ s mainline switchgear for air-insulated primary distribution , manufactured worldwide with more than 500,000 panels currently installed . It is used in a variety of demanding applications allowing for high degrees of customisation to best meet customer and project-specific demands .
Importantly , the ZEE600 provides role-based access control , so that operators can only perform certain actions , according to their role and training . It has capacity for control over additional switchgear should CMI wish to extend its data centre in the future .
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital selects clinical informatics provider as digital partner
Epro , a leading healthcare informatics provider , has been selected by the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital ( LHCH ) to implement its clinically-focused digital platform .
The Epro technology supports end-to-end outpatient management , inpatient flow , clinical correspondence , speech recognition , mobile access and integration with existing technology solutions .
LHCH is a frontrunner in driving Digital Transformation across healthcare in the UK . It has been accredited over recent years for its digital excellence , alongside having a longstanding history of investment in digital technology . It was one of the first Trusts nationally to pioneer the implementation of an Electronic Patient Record ( EPR ) in 2013 .
In 2021 , the Hospital Trust was announced by then-Health Secretary , Matt Hancock , as one of the second wave of trusts welcomed on to the Digital Aspirant Programme ( a national digital scheme to support NHS trusts to improve their digital maturity , enabling better health , better care , financial sustainability and better experiences for our staff and patients ).
“ We are incredibly excited to be a part of the LHCH Digital Transformation journey ,” said Jonathan Elliott , Managing Director of
Epro . “ When we first set out , our goal was to create a solution which provided better information more efficiently at the point of care and to be working alongside LHCH – which shares many of the same goals and values that we do – is an honour .”
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