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CASE STUDY: Major Dutch data centre company upgrades UPS systems
After 18 years TCN Data Hotels decided it was time to replace their UPS system with an intensive vetting process of the major suppliers.
Schneider Electric forms green partnership with logistics company
Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert will be implemented to improve energy efficiency and sustainability.
Vertiv discusses how to optimise UPS performance in modern data centres
Hundreds of questions surround the power supply of data centres - Vertiv attempts to answer them in an upcoming webinar.
Should you convert your 3 Phase UPS to Lithium Ion (Li-ion) Batteries?
Li-ion batteries for UPS systems come standard with an integrated BMS that provides a clear picture of battery runtime and health.
Interview: CyberPower talks Kiwi growth, opportunities and reseller profit
Ingram Micro NZ has signed a direct distribution deal with CyberPower as the vendor ramps up its presence here and eyes 20-25% local growth.
Development, profitability key for new Kiwi APC by Schneider Electric program
APC by Schneider Electric says it is upping the focus on development, profitability and support for channel with its new local partner program.
Schneider Electric's science center helps customers build better data centers
With 20 calculators in the library, these tools help data center professionals make more educated decisions on an array of topics.
DigiPlex axes 25% from data centre customers’ power bills
When it comes to data centres, electricity makes up one of the major costs for businesses – after all, we always want access to our data right?
Kiwi company PowerShield leads UPS battery monitoring into a new era
“The traditional approach of simply monitoring battery health is no longer sufficient for data centre operators."
Eaton appoints Power On Australia as first integrator
As part of the agreement, Power On Australia will be able to design, engineer and integrate Eaton DC power systems for customers in Australia.
Schneider Electric launches PowerTag, an electrical asset monitor
The company says PowerTag can monitor measure current, voltage, power, power factor and energy for all building types.
80,000 Aussies say goodbye to fossil fuels with a new south Australian wind farm
Installation of the turbines is scheduled to start by the end of the year, with completion foreseen by mid-2018...
Bloomberg: Li-ion batteries are poised for big gains in data center UPS systems
There is still a significant proportion of the market that will still continue to use VRLA, and lead-acid battery technology is also improving.
Eaton strengthens Kiwi play with expanded deal with UPS Power Solutions
UPS Power Solutions and Eaton are targeting industries including data centres, healthcare, aviation and telco with an expanded partnership.
Failure to modernize data center physical infrastructure increases cost and downtime risk
In the realm of data center Information Technology (IT), innovations that enhance performance often drive investments in data center modernization.
Don’t let an aging UPS bring you down: Assess your replacement options
Like most IT equipment, UPSs have seen lots of advances over the years in areas such as energy efficiency.
Strategies for addressing the aging data center uninterruptible power supply dilemma
Let’s look at the three decision scenarios to determine under which circumstances each decision makes the most sense.
Schneider Electric launches APC double points program to attract UPS partners & resellers
Schneider Electric has launched a promotion program for Australia and New Zealand channel partners who sell APC's Top UPS battery replacement service.
Data center UPS market expected to reach US $5.67 billion
Falling tolerance limits regarding disconnections in data transmissions and data loss have consequently increased UPS installations in data centers.
DDos dramatically increasing cause of data center outages
Cybercrime is making its presence felt in data centers as the fastest growing cause of unplanned outages, while outage costs themselves are escalating
Protecting IT in small businesses and branch offices
Westcon Imagine 2014 - IT equipment deployed in small businesses or branch offices is often installed in areas that are less than conducive to proper performance.
Continuity and integrity in datacentres
Virtualisation should make surviving interruptions easier, in theory; in practice, however, managing the changeover is not that simple.
What's protecting your data centre?
Global company ABB offers solutions for the potentially crippling problem of electricity sags and surges.
Virtualisation’s power impact
Virtualisation is powering the need for power management solutions and offering resellers opportunities to garner good margins, Eaton Industries says.