Uninterruptible Power Systems

  • The importance of what’s in the box

    Borri Spa CCO Bessam Moutragi discusses the company’s rich history, as well as bringing us up to date with Borri’s latest project with partner Power Control Ltd.

  • The power of testing: Keeping data centres running

    Are data centre owners who have invested in UPS and backup power systems, whilst not regularly testing them, simply invested in potential failure? Paul Brickman, sales and marketing director at Crestchic gives us his insight.

  • The solutions based approach to UPS investment

    The European data centre market is booming but despite its positive growth, it has recently received its fair share of bad press. Data centres are under the spotlight for their ‘drain’ on power and utilities. Operators are being challenged to deliver facilities that not only offer a seamless and reliable service but that are also environmentally friendly.

  • UPS designed to meet market need for simplicity

    Schneider Electric has launched Easy UPS 3S, a 10-to-40kVA uninterruptible power supply (UPS), in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America. Easy UPS 3S offers robust electrical specifications and compact design, and is easy to install, use and service, the company says.
     
  • UPS launch satisfies critical power requirements of today’s data centre industry

    Schneider Electric chose the first day of Data Centre World to introduce its latest uninterruptible power supply (UPS) product, which is designed to meet the critical power requirements of IT, commercial, and industrial facilities.

  • UPS maintenance: Buyer beware

    Mike Elms, sales and marketing director at CENTIEL, outlines what you should look for in a UPS maintenance provider, as well as the importance of batteries when it comes to ensuring the maximum efficiency and availability of your system.

  • UPS systems meet future needs

    Power protection specialist, Riello UPS used the occasion of the IP Expo Europe event held at London’s Excel in October to announce the launch of two systems into the power requirements market.

  • UPS technology to improve datacentre availability required by Tier IV

    Presenting a paper at the recent Data Centre World conference, Mike Elms posed some searching questions on the subject of fourth generation modular UPS technology. Here, he details that presentation considering the challenges of achieving Tier IV availability, achieving very low PUE and how the latest UPS technology can help achieve the apparently mutually exclusive objectives of Tier IV availability plus very low PUE.

  • UPS: Safety first

    Power Control Ltd has extensive experience providing backup power to data centres across the country and knows the importance of resilient and effective emergency power. In this short article, Power Control outlines the benefits of a UPS system and how they keep large facilities safe.

  • UPS: Transitioning from reactive to proactive

    Emiliano Cevenini, vice president of commercial & industrial vertical for Vertiv EMEA explores how we can utilise UPS batteries to not only generate revenue, but help support the energy grid and push the shift towards renewable energy.

  • Vertiv upgrades rackmount on-line UPS for critical network and edge applications

    Vertiv has introduced the Vertiv Liebert GXT5, a technology update to the popular family of rackmount, on-line uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems.

  • What’s next? The future of energy storage

    Our energy needs are evolving and the way we choose to store it should reflect that. Justin Ellis, senior manager at Comms Express explores the different energy storage options available to us as our resources change and the need for sustainability continues to grow.

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