Can you design with a UPS to improve performance and efficiency in a data center?
Understand how specifying a UPS and lithium-ion batteries in a data center can improve performance and efficiency
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Specifying for optimal performance and efficiency in mission critical buildings, such as data centers, requires a delicate balance between various factors. Electrical engineers should understand the six key pillars that form the foundation of mission critical specifications and explore strategies to achieve equilibrium among them.
Engineers who design data centers face increasing pressure to design facilities that operate sustainably, while still achieving uptime. Learn how UPSs with lithium-ion batteries can help you layout a more sustainable build, and the value that come from selecting UPSs capable of supporting live swaps – a key feature of mission critical environments.
Expand knowledge, gain practical tips and discover new approaches to optimize IT equipment’s performance, reliability and efficiency.
- Understand the six key pillars of mission critical specification.
- Learn how specifying uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) impact a facility’s sustainability.
- See the appropriate method to live swap a UPS in mission critical environments.
Steven Boyles, Power Systems Engineer, Schneider Electric
John Gray, PE, RCDD, Power Systems Manager, Innovation Executive Briefing Center, Schneider Electric
Amara Rozgus, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology