A single hour of data center downtime can cost an organization more than a half-million dollars. Availability is non-negotiable. It starts with the right UPS system, but it doesn’t end there. Our experts share everything you need to know about downtime and how to avoid it.
It’s easy to take life’s basic necessities for granted – food, electricity, shelter, water. For some who experience an abundance of these resources, these are often the least of their concerns. But for many, they are critical in everyday survival.
Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, today introduced the Liebert® ITA2, a compact, three-phase, 8 and 10kVA uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system designed for local and remote IT deployments at the edge of the network. The latest addition to the Vertiv UPS portfolio gives customers a powerful, efficient battery backup solution with three-phase input and output for 208/220V IT requirements. The system is available in various models globally and through Vertiv channel partners.
Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, today announced the further expansion of its line of lithium-ion-compatible uninterruptible power systems (UPS). Now qualified for operation with lithium-ion batteries, the Liebert® EXM 480V (50-250 kW/kVA) UPS system expands the energy storage options for mid-sized data centers and next-generation edge applications. The lithium-ion configurations are available in North America
By now, for those of you who have been following my series on the edge of the network, you’ll know what it is, how it can and should apply to a hybrid IT strategy, and how its simplicity can enable for an easy-to-use distributed network for businesses.
One of the surprises of the Vertiv Most Critical Industries report was the inclusion of Smart Cities.
Smart Cities ranked seventh in the list, behind the Defense industry, which ranked sixth and Cloud and Colocation, which ranked fifth.