ACT Fibrenet will help KC General Hospital to counter Covid-19
Bengaluru, NFAPost: In its support to fight Covid-19, ACT Fibernet donated 2 state-of-the-art mobile modular ICU units to KC General Hospital, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru.
Each of the units is equipped with modern facilities and will be installed at the hospital to treat Covid-19 cases. Chief Minister of Karnataka B S Yediyurappa inaugurated the facility in the presence of Deputy Chief Minister of C N Ashwathnarayan, Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai, Health Minister Sudhakar, Additional Chief Secretary of Health Jawaid Akhtar and Health Commissioner Pankaj Pandey.
Even when the country has granted authorisation for the use of Covid-19 vaccines and has started the process by vaccinating healthcare workers and high-risk group, the spread of the virus is still prevalent in India.
While the government along with the healthcare department is relentlessly working to lower the spread of infection and case fatality rates, it is important to collaborate with them and be part of the fight against Covid-19.
Each unit has 5 beds with state-of-the-art facilities, medical air-conditioned to maintain 22-25 Deg C, provision to provide 12-16 fresh air, HEPA filter with Efficiency: 99.999% Down to 0.3μ and Pre & inter Filter. Specialized AHU & Refrigeration to cater to the high demand and contained UV treatment to kill pathogens in the supply & exhaust air.
Talking during the inauguration, Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwathnarayan, the brain behind this project said this is a state of art ICU complex at K C General Hospital at Malleswaram which would cater to downtrodden people in North and West Bangalore.
“This has been possible due to the support from Hon’ble Chief Minister and mainly the donors. I especially would like to thank Bala Malladi, CEO of ACT Fibernet who was magnanimous in contributing 2 units when we requested for one. My heartfelt thanks to ACT for this contribution which goes a long way in providing excellent medical service in this region,” said Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwathnarayan.
Expressing happiness over the initiative, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd Chief Executive Officer Bala Malladi said this is the most challenging time for all, especially the healthcare industry and the company extends its sincere gratitude to those on the frontline.
“ACT Fibernet always believed in supporting the community we operate in and give back to the society whenever possible. We trust that this contribution will help KC General Hospital in providing the extra ICU capacity they need to serve the patients suffering from COVID-19.” said Bala Malladi.
ACT Fibernet truly believes in taking care of their community and is focused on strengthening its commitment towards society, especially during the unprecedented Covid-19 times. The company strongly supports and commends the efforts of the healthcare department who have been fighting this battle against Covid-19 to keep our country safe.
ACT Fibernet, one of India’s largest wired ISPs (Internet Service Provider) in India. ACT Fibernet is headquartered in Bangalore has operations in 19 Indian cities with 1.7 million customers. ACT Fibernet is known for its cutting-edge technology and high-speed broadband connectivity that the company provides to its customers.
In 2019, ACT Fibernet forayed in the consumer category with the launch of its product ACT stream TV 4K. ACT Fibernet was the first broadband service provider to bring 1 Giga speed connectivity in India to the city of Hyderabad in 2017, followed by Bengaluru and Chennai in 2011.