By Jason Juley
Third platform technologies and big data are core drivers of converged infrastructure, pre-configured systems, optimization and virtualization. In turn, all are driving dramatic changes to how IT is provisioned, deployed and consumed. Managing these changing IT landscapes simultaneous with ensuring business continuity, optimizing cost and mitigating risk requires careful planning and a coordinated approach.
Dynamic load throttling coupled with adds, moves and changes require a highly efficient critical power system that can scale up and down to meet the fluctuating demand needed to support all of your IT and business objectives.
That’s why a modular, scalable UPS is so important. It enables incremental power protection and flexible operating modes for large facilities, data centers and business-critical applications, driving higher efficiency and better TCO.
Value of Scale
A UPS built on scalable architecture allows fast expansion to meet the ever-changing IT demand. Throughout the life cycle of the data center, being able to right size critical power protection up front, maintain efficiency levels at varying load levels and enable lead-time edge energy storage technologies further extend critical power performance and thereby reduces capital expenditure. At the same time, predictable energy consumption enables control over operational spend.
Our three-phase Galaxy V-Series (VM/VX) is an example of this type of solution. It can be seamlessly integrated into the electrical, physical and monitoring environments of your data center, industrial or facilities applications.
It comes with three operating modes, Double-conversion, Eco Mode and patented ECOversion to deliver safe reliable performance with up to 98 percent efficiency. Galaxy V-Series (VM/VX) offers Lithium-Ion energy storage technology extending performance, reducing footprint and lowering heat dissipation — including a multi-tier of system monitoring and coordinated protection.
All of these features further extend on the core principles of scale, cost control, reliability and longevity. Read more about critical power protection.