|Автор: Yevgeniy Sverdlik|
Data center infrastructure vendor APC has sold US data center and managed services provider CoreLink its Symmetra Megawatt UPS systems, which the provider plans to deploy at four of its facilities across the US. APC is a subsidiary of the French energy-management giant Schneider Electric.
Loren Zweig, VP of engineering at CoreLink, said his team chose the product primarily because of the energy efficiency and modularity it offers.
“Our trusted partner's best-of-breed technology, software and services support our ability to deliver to clients a full suite of managed security and data center services backed with our 100 percent uptime Service Level Agreement that covers all infrastructure elements and service metrics,” Zweig said.
The units offer more than 95% energy efficiency at loads of 30% and higher, which minimizes losses at the UPS level, according to CoreLink. The solution is modular in that it enables users to add capacity quickly in 200kW increments up to 600kW.
Other features CoreLink found attractive besides efficiency and modularity were flexibility in battery selection, uninterrupted capacity expansion capabilities and Schneider's customer services and support to engineers and construction teams.
CoreLink said it would deploy Symmetra Megawatt UPS at its Chicago, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Seattle data centers.