New Shanghai Stock Exchange complex will be Piller UPS protected
The Shanghai Stock Exchange has chosen Piller UPS to safeguard its new data centre complex, currently being built in Jinqiao, Shanghai.
Six UNIBLOCK™ units of medium voltage diesel rotary UPS (DRUPS) systems will be installed at the new data center, each consisting of a 2500kVA DRUPS with Piller POWEBRIDGE™ kinetic energy storage providing ride-through power in the event of a mains failure.
With a market cap of $3.5 trillion at February 2016, the Shanghai Stock Exchange is the world's 5th largest bourse - after Tokyo (4), London (3), NASDAQ (2), and New York (1). Piller provides power security equipment to the many of the world's leading stock exchanges, including the above.
Perspective of Shanghai’s new stock exchange built on 22,000m2 site which will include a 9600m2 data centre, ten buildings and two buildings for power.
Piller is a world leader in power protection technology, building systems for mission critical applications worldwide. Clients include many of the world’s leading banks and financial institutions, broadcasters, telecommunication networks, co-location operators and industrial applications such as chip manufacture. The company was founded in Hamburg, Germany, by Anton Piller in 1909 and remained in the Piller family ownership until being acquired by RWE, the German utility, in 1993. In 2004 Piller became a division of the privately owned British engineering and industrial group, Langley Holdings PLC (www.langleyholdings.com). Today Piller is still headquartered in Osterode and employs over 800 people worldwide, with subsidiaries in the Americas, Australasia, Asia and Europe.