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HCL Supports Delhi Government with Oxygen Plants and Cylinders to Fight COVID-19

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HCL is supporting the Delhi Government with 12,000 oxygen cylinders each with a capacity of 40 litres and 21 Oxygen Plants which will generate 8800 litres of oxygen per minute, catering to around 1500 patients at a time. Two of these ready-to-use Oxygen Plants which are being imported from France have already been delivered and will get installed at Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital in New Delhi.

Founded in 1976 as one of India’s original IT garage start-ups, HCL is a pioneer of modern computing with many firsts to its credit, including the introduction of the 8-bit microprocessor-based computer in 1978 well before its global peers. Today, the HCL enterprise has a presence across varied sectors that include technology, healthcare and talent management solutions and comprises three companies – HCL Infosystems, HCL Technologies and HCL Healthcare. The enterprise generates annual revenues of over US $ 10.1 billion with more than 169,000 employees operating across 50 countries.

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