KUP., the UK’s leading critical power protection provider, today announced its involvement at the ‘Live Green Data Centre’ at this year’s Data Centre World event.
Data Centre World, the annual data centre conference and exhibition will be held at ExCel in London, 12-13 April and, for the first time, will feature a live data centre within the event hall. The fully operational data centre will be capable of demonstrating the application of the included products within an environment which is typically off limits to most.
The PowerWAVE 9500DPA, KUP.’s flagship UPS, was chosen for the event, which will be attended by up to 12,000 decision makers, for it’s high-efficiency and inclusion within the Government’s ECA scheme, which rewards highly efficient technology products with Government backed refunds for their purchase and installation.
The PowerWAVE 9500 DPA will be showcased at the Live Green Data Centre in April
Designed to meet the demands of Tier Four data centres, the robust PowerWAVE 9500DPA is a class-leading three-phase UPS, capable of housing up to 500kva within a single frame and the only modular UPS capable of being paralleled up to 3 MVA. In addition, the Decentralised Parallel Architecture (DPA) within the PowerWAVE 9500DPA means it has no single points of failure, with an assured power availability of 99.9999% (six nines) and boasts amongst the highest efficiency in its class at 96%. The UPS also benefits from low total cost of ownership due to the overall reduced running and cooling costs, making it a future proof investment for any enterprise level datacentre application.
KUP will also be exhibiting at Data Centre World 2016 at stand L31, showcasing its extensive range of standalone and modular critical power solutions.
In addition, on both the first and second day of the event, those interested in hearing more about UPS design and improving efficiency should attend the Data Centre World Conference, where KUP.’s Mike Elms has been asked to deliver two separate presentations, the details of which are listed here:
- Day 1 Modularity in UPS Design – What does it Mean, What are the Pro’s and Con’s? 12.45 – 13.10 Facilities & Critical Equipment Theatre
- Day 2 UPS Design Case Study – A Suppliers Perspective 10.15 – 10.40 am Facilities & Critical Equipment Theatre
Mike Elms is Technical Manager for Kohler Uninterruptible Power Ltd. With more than 20 years of experience in the UK power protection business. Mike has extensive experience from the practical hands-on to the design and specification of UPS systems for data centres across the IT, financial and telecom market sectors