The following case study explores how the University of Southampton ensures that their critical data remains safe and available even through rapid expansion and power outages by relying on three Trinergy UPS power sources. Access now and learn how these power sources can help safeguard your own data centers as well.
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) is often proposed as a key decision making criterion when comparing data center infrastructure systems. This paper explains how MTBF can be effectively used as one of several factors for specification and selection of systems, by making the assumptions explicit.
With technology infiltrating every aspect of healthcare, traditional approaches to power protection no longer suffice. This paper introduces a new hospital power protection model that leverages technologies and best practices forged in the data center.
Explore this in-depth resource to learn about critical guidelines to help you design power and cooling systems so you can maintain your network's efficiency, power use, temperature, and overall structural hardware integrity. Read on now to learn more.
This e-guide explains the reasons for implementing grounding methods and the problems that can occur if it is done incorrectly. Find out how to design your data center’s power system with key components in mind and how much power to implement in your data center.
This white paper examines how organizations optimize UPS availability. It also explains why modular UPS designs provide superior availability even though they typically contain more parts that could potentially fail.
This buying guide steps you through the process of selecting the best UPS for your environment, including how to choose the right type of system, what factors to consider and examples of midrange UPS specs for comparison.
Small data centers and network rooms vary dramatically in the amount of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) runtime deployed. This paper identifies four steps to identifying if a standby generator is required.
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