With the need for processing power set to increase even more due to society’s insatiable demand for all things digital, the data centre market is likely to continue growing.
Indeed, even though it is a mature market, the sector in the UK is projected to grow by more than 35% between 2021 and 2025. Ireland is expected to be the fastest growing market in Europe, with annual growth of nearly 6% from 2022 to 2027.
All this additional processing requires electricity, which puts extra pressures on the power grid. No matter the type of data centre, environmental and cost concerns are at the forefront of operators’ minds.
Our ‘Cutting Carbon in the Data Centre’ whitepaper explores the role that modern, high-efficiency data centre UPS systems can play in helping facilities to minimise power usage without compromising on the protection provided to mission-critical loads.
Read this FREE whitepaper to learn more about:
- The metrics data centres use to measure efficiency (and how useful they are)
- Advances in UPS technology that have helped to enhance efficiency
- The benefits of modular UPS systems
- The role of ECO mode, smart grid-ready solutions, and UPS monitoring
You’ll also see practical proof of the sort of cost and environmental improvements upgrading to ultra-high efficiency UPS such as our Multi Power2 can deliver.
Download the whitepaper for free from the links below