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Feb 08 – Barzilai and Assaf Harofeh hospitals choose PowerPlug Pro for PC energy savings

February 08, 2015 – Barzilai and Assaf Harofeh, two of Israel’s largest medical centers, have chosen PowerPlug Pro for PC energy savings, reducing their organizations personal computers power consumption. Barzilai and Assaf Harofeh selected PowerPlug Pro to manage the electricity consumption of their PC environment. From the get go, following a successful extensive pilots that demonstrated the product ability to save power without affecting the end-user productivity or the needs of the IT department on several hundreds of computers, PowerPlug Pro’s flexibility and adaptability emerged as the key success factor for their targets. PowerPlug cooperated with Barzilai and Assaf Harofeh to optimize savings plans for the maximal achievable savings without interrupting users. Critical PCs were identified and excluded from power savings, and dynamic exclusions were also put in place – a PC running certain medical software, for example, would be excluded from power savings until that software would be exited. With tailored power plans configured, savings on a mass scale began.

 

About Assaf HaRofeh

Assaf HaRofeh Medical Center (www.assafh.org) , one of Israel’s largest hospitals, with 800 beds. It serves over 370,000 people in Central Israel. The hospital provides major services and emergency, intensive care, general medical, surgical, cardiac, pediatric, neonatal, gynecological, and obstetric medical services. It is an academic teaching facility and is part of the Tel Aviv University Sackler Faculty of Medicine. On its grounds are the first and largest Israeli academic nursing school and the oldest Israeli school of physiotherapy.

 

About Barzilai

Barzilai Medical Center (www.barzilaimc.org.il) , The Barzilai Medical Center in Ashkelon was founded in 1961 and provides services to a population of about 500,000 people during peacetime and in times of emergency in a region defined as periphery including the cities Ashkelon, Ashdod, Kiryat Malachi, Kiryat Gat, Sderot and the settlements around Gaza. The Barzilai Medical Center has 557 inpatient beds and 60 more outpatient beds and provides advanced medical and health care services, both during hospitalization and in large setting of clinics and institutes.