Piller has just completed a round of webinar sessions with live discussions on how UPS power in hyperscale data centers is 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.
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.
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Piller is a global watch-word in power protection equipment for mission-critical power applications. Piller’s clients include many of the world’s leading banks and financial institutions, data centre operators, broadcasters, telecom operators and governmental entities. Founded in Hamburg, Germany, in 1909 by Anton Piller, in 1919 the company moved to its current headquarters and production site in Osterode-am-Harz, near Hanover. Today, Piller has a second production facility at nearby Bilshausen and serves its global markets via own sales and service subsidiaries throughout Europe, the USA, Australia, and Asia and elsewhere in the world via a network of distributor partners. In 2016 Piller acquired Active Power, the Austin Texas based flywheel UPS specialist. The Piller group employs around 1000 people worldwide. Piller is a subsidiary of the diverse, privately owned engineering and industrial group, Langley Holdings plc.