THE FUTURE OF DATA CENTER UPS POWER AT SCALE
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In power terms hyperscale data centers are changing the game. UPS technology that is large scale, sustainable, reliable and saves energy is the most credible way to power the 500 hyperscale data centers expected to be built in this decade.
What does it cover?
Hyperscale data center IT power consumption is rising radically but when evaluating UPS options, current thinking is decidedly static.
This approach is fundamentally flawed. Is there a credible alternative to paralleling the myriad of static UPS modules required to reach the ever-increasing tens of megawatts required? Yes there is.
This webinar will be of interest to anyone involved with cost, availability, maintainability, performance and sustainability objectives.
Sessions - NEW DATES ADDED FOR 2021
8 April 2021
Piller Power Beijing Co. Ltd - 超大规模数据中心UPS的未来
12:30pm SST - Presented in Chinese. On-Demand
13 April 2021
Piller Germany GmbH & Co. KG - DIE ZUKUNFT DER USV-SYSTEME FÜR SKALIERBARE RECHENZENTREN - On-Demand
12:30pm CET - Presented in German.
14 April 2021
Piller Germany GmbH & Co. KG – Большие ИБП для больших ЦОД - Register now
12:30 MST – Presented in Russian
22 April 2021
Piller Iberica S.L.U - EL FUTURO DE LA ALIMENTACIÓN UPS PARA CENTROS DE DATOS A ESCALA - Register now
Spain 15:30 CET | Mexico 8:30 MST | Chile 10:30 CLT | Venezuela 10:30 VET | Argentina 11:30 ART - Presented in Spanish
4 May 2021
Piller France SAS - HYPERSCALE – LA PUISSANCE ONDULEE A GRANDE ECHELLE- Register now
12:30pm CET - Presented in French.
5 May 2021
Piller Italia Srl - IL FUTURO DEGLI UPS PER I DATA CENTER DI LARGA SCALA - Register now
12:30pm CET - Presented in Italian
Some of our Speakers November 2020
Robert Thorogood Guest Speaker, Executive Director, HDR | Hurley Palmer Flatt
By combining his degree at Imperial College with industrial training with...
Robert Thorogood Guest Speaker, Executive Director, HDR | Hurley Palmer FlattBy combining his degree at Imperial College with industrial training with Hawker Siddeley in the early 1980s, Robert quickly moved into R&D in the areas of switchgear, controls, machines and transformers. With this excellent academic and practical grounding, he then moved to his first M&E engineering consultancy with James R Briggs, where he worked on a variety of projects from commercial to historic buildings to Royal Academy to prisons! In 1989, Robert then moved to a multi-disciplinary consultancy, Aukett, who at the time were designing and overseeing the construction of data centres for the likes of Royal & Sun Alliance and Marks & Spencer. Robert quickly took up the reins of projects from Lloyds Bank and GSK both in London and Stevenage. Over the years, Robert developed this capability within Aukett culminating during the dot.com boom times with projects for Level 3, Worldcom and BT to name a few. Looking for a new challenge, Robert joined Hurley Palmer Flatt in 2004 and immediately started on a range of data centres for the likes of Barclays, Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch; these were all high profile, high end technology data centres being delivered quickly and effectively. Since then, Robert has led the change in data centre design, moving towards adiabatic cooling, fresh air cooling and alternative power delivery processes such as distributed redundancy, these have all been part of a continual evolving design to meet the requirements and demands of the data centre market. Robert continues to specialise in critical engineering design and delivery, but also applies his capabilities to other related areas such as trading buildings and healthcare infrastructure. Although he is based in London, he now spends a lot of time in the integration process with HDR’s TMT design teams to offer critical engineer design solutions to clients on a regional and global basis.
Michael SheppardTechnical Sales Manager, USA and Canada, Piller Power Systems Inc.
Michael has more than 30+ years’ experience in the power industry. As Regional...
Michael SheppardTechnical Sales Manager, USA and Canada, Piller Power Systems Inc.Michael has more than 30+ years’ experience in the power industry. As Regional Manager at Piller Power Systems, he is involved in the application of UPS systems for mission critical power. Prior to joining Piller, he was Director of Power Quality for a Swiss based company doing business in the US for over ten years. And prior to that was involved in Industrial Automation which included equipment from PLC to AC/DC VFD.
Dietrich HabelTechnical Manager, Piller Germany GmbH & Co.KG
Dietrich Habel has degree in electrical engineering from the University of...
Dietrich HabelTechnical Manager, Piller Germany GmbH & Co.KGDietrich Habel has degree in electrical engineering from the University of Karlsruhe and having previously worked for Tyco Electronics and Siemens AG. He joined Piller in 2000. Today he supports the Piller organisations in India and South East Asia.
Thank you to everyone who attended our November 2020 webinar. We addressed an audience of over 800 data centre professionals across 11 time zones in a series of live interactive discussions.
The debate topic, the Future of Data Centre UPS Power at Scale, included insight and input from Piller experts around the world along with a leading design engineering consultant guest speaker. We would like to thank everyone who attended for their time and engagement.
You watch the event in our on-demand link below.