Pros and cons of two common N+1 UPS Configurations

Cost, Speed, and Reliability Tradeoffs between N+1 UPS Configurations

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N+1 UPS architectures are becoming an increasingly popular method for achieving availability in modern data centers. However, to implement this approach, you must determine whether you should leverage an internal “modular” redundant UPS or parallel redundant UPSs.

This detailed resource dives into the key tradeoffs between each option when it comes to capital cost, deployment time, efficiency gains and risk tolerance. Access now to evaluate these methods for your organization, and determine the best route to achieving an N + 1 UPS architecture.

Additionally, explore insights on the importance of fault tolerance within the UPS to ensure optimal availability, reliability, and maintainability.

Vendor:
Schneider Electric
Posted:
26 Aug 2016
Published:
01 Jul 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
12 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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