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Hungerford, February 13th 2012 – At Data Centre World, UPS Systems plc will focus on what is still one of the greatest challenges for data centre managers today – how to reduce the demand for power.
The UPS Systems team will be available on stand F50 to answer questions about data centre power efficiency using high efficiency and space-saving UPS, free cooling technologies, its new GENSmart (National Grid STOR) scheme as well as truly green fuel cell standby power options. In addition the company will publish a series of power-saving strategies on its company blog in the run up to the conference.
“Green IT and driving down energy costs go hand in hand. These issues are top of the agenda for data centre managers today,” commented Tom Sperrey, UPS Systems’ Managing Director. “Our independent position and broad coverage of data centre power technologies enable us to look at the whole data centre when it comes to proposing power efficiencies.”
UPS Systems provides integrated power systems for all kinds of applications, from computer and server rooms to the largest data centre. Its services include consulting, design, supply, installation, commissioning, management as well as service and maintenance.