APC by Schneider Electric partners should expect to hear lots of questions from customers in coming months about Lithium-ion batteries in uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) – so you need to be ready with answers, all of… Read more »
Companies that operate large data centers, especially colocation, cloud and telco service providers, continually struggle to keep up with user demand. They often need to build out data center infrastructure quickly to preserve capital and… Read more »
Today’s uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) are designed to be reliable and afford your customer the protection they need. Yet aging UPSs can and do fail. Here are the five most common causes of UPS failure…and… Read more »
Showing your customer how to improve UPS efficiency—through maintenance, upgrades, changing load requirements, or replacement—can help them drive down operating costs and score a win for you! The following example shows the ten-year cost differences… Read more »
With literally hundreds of different models of rack-mounted power distribution units (PDUs) to choose from these days, it can be intimidating for customers to figure out what’s best for their data centers – which presents… Read more »
Edge computing offers significant opportunity for APC by Schneider Electric partners because it promises the creation of numerous small data centers or server closets that will all require some or all of the same sort… Read more »
This paper presents a detailed quantitative efficiency comparison between the most efficient DC and AC power distribution methods, including an analysis of the effects of power distribution efficiency on the cooling power requirement and on total electrical consumption.
This paper explains how to plan for DCPI when deploying medical imaging and diagnostic equipment, with emphasis on power and cooling.
This paper explains how to plan for DCPI while deploying indoor WLANs in small, medium or large enterprise, with emphasis on power and cooling. Simple, fast, reliable, and cost effective strategies for upgrading old facilities or building new facilities… Read more »