What: FREE Webinar
When: On Demand until April 6, 2018
Advanced and Intelligent Back-up Systems: The Role of Back-up Generators in the Age of the Smart Grid
Part 2: High Availability Data Center Back-up Power Schemes
Our society has become highly dependent on electrical power. Directly or indirectly this impacts the average person, as well as businesses and government agencies, at virtually every level.
Moreover, in the Internet age of the digital economy, mobile computing and cloud based services, as well as increased dependence on digital records by emergency services and health care providers, have raised the demand for 7x24 availability of data centers.
While the basic concept and need of the back-up power systems has not changed, the increased availability requirements for mission critical back-up power systems for data center and telecommunication systems has become more important than ever.
This webinar will discuss the key aspects of high availability power schemes for data centers and how they meet the various requirements and issues related to supporting critical IT equipment and cooling system loads.
This webinar will cover:
- Describe the differences and interrelationships of reliability, redundancy, and availability.
- Recognize the fault tolerance implications of redundancy schemes: N, N+1, 2N, and 2(N+1)
- Explain the data center availability ratings: levels 1–4.
- Identify the requirements of short-break versus no-break load types.
Please join us on April 6th for the second part of this year’s 5 part series on Advanced and Intelligent Back-up Power Systems.