A company with a global reputation for cutting-edge electronics expertise has turned to Piller technology to ensure it keeps ahead of the game.
Siltronic Samsung Wafer (SSW) produces ultra-pure silicon wafers of 300 mm in diameter that are the heart of modern micro and nanoelectronics. Its plant in Singapore is in production 24/7 and the company simply cannot comprehend a break in the power supply.
An interruption of power lasting less than the blink of an eye can cause untold damage to your business. Every day a mains failure occurs somewhere which seriously endangers the operation of computer-reliant processes.
Banking and data are particularly vulnerable. One study in the United States forecast the financial survival period of the banking sector to be between 2 -5 days after the failure of their IT systems.
One of Asia’s fastest-growing carrier-neutral data centres has become the first in Malaysia to adopt Piller’s much-lauded ‘green’ power protection system.
The AIMS Group, which also operates in Hong Kong and Thailand, has invested in the Diesel Rotary Uninterruptable Power Supply (DRUPS) technology for its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.
Imagine you are a pilot coming into land at night and the landing lights suddenly go out. It’s a nightmare scenario that of course just cannot be allowed to happen.
That is why Oman has invested in Piller technology to ensure continuous and uninterrupted power to its new international airport now under construction.
Osterode 4 March, 2013. Piller has been commissioned to supply large-scale UNIBLOCK UBTD+ Diesel Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (DRUPS) with PowerBridge to a new, high-performance data center in Germany.
The joint-venture project by two of the world’s leading global engineering and construction groups, involves the expansion of an existing nearby site as well as the new data center. The two data centers will constitute a twin-core facility that will allow for maximum data and operational reliability. The completed facility will constitute a lynchpin of the rapidly growing cloud computing market and will be Germany’s largest data center operated by an IT provider. The project is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2014.