Data Centers from Edge to Cloud
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Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
Uninterruptible Power Supplies or UPSs sustain power to IT equipment within the data center in case of loss of primary power. UPSs are critical for the proper function of a facility and there are a number of design and acquisition decisions to make when considering the procurement of a UPS for a data center, computer room, server room, workstation or other mission critical facility.
Rack/Cabinet-Mounted Power Distribution Units (PDU)
Power Distribution Units or PDUs are used to distribute electric power. Rack-based PDUs are used to take high voltage and current and to reduce it to more common and useful levels, for example from 240V 30 A single phase to multiple 120V 15A or 120V 20A plugs.
Eliminating power management issues is essential for IT and Facilities managers to maintain system availability as they deploy higher density equipment. Power Distribution Units are an essential element in managing power capacity and functionality. Premium power distribution units include power real-time monitoring and individual outlet power state control down for remote power recycling to the unit or individual plug level.
Generators are a key to data center reliability. Supplementing a battery-based uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with an emergency generator should be considered by all data center operators.
The question has become increasingly important as super storms such as Hurricane Sandy in the Northeast United States knocked out utility power stations and caused many downed power lines, resulting in days and weeks of utility power loss.
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The result is higher efficiency, reduced complexity and better resiliency at lower cost… all at the same time.
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