How a UPS System keeps you online
Over the last two decades, the internet has become a way of life. Constant wireless connectivity is now a standard many of us expect every day. It is something often taken for granted and only when we aren't connected do we become aware of the true value of our wireless connectivity.
With the continued pressure of the pandemic cause a massive increase in remote working and schooling as well as students many others streaming videos and games. With such heavy reliance on wireless connectivity, it could be the next casualty to fall under the impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic. Service providers may need to think of bandwidth and streaming allowances but also infrastructural improvements which includes the correct backup and disaster recovery provisions. Wireless connectivity systems are also heavily relied on for many essential applications including building management, CCTV, VoIP and fire systems any downtime to these would cause data loss and have a financial impact.
Point to point wireless systems are often critically located to provide data to remote rural locations. These areas often have susceptible supply of power so Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) solution, supporting the point to point link would not only help regulate the power supplied but also ensure a continuous flow of power in the event of a mains failure. Keep connectivity to isolated areas is key to allowing people to continue to work and study remotely safely. In multiple dwelling units (MDU) a UPS system provides essential power back up for all switches. These switches often support emergency VoIP systems which cannot afford to fail. This ensures employees can stay in connect with each other or customers. Access points are also powered by switches and could affect overall data connectivity. This would have a devastating impact for the thousands now working from home. UPS systems are not just critical for keeping us online but are essential for ensuring we remain connected.