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Our must-have guide on power protection solutions and technology has now been refreshed and reprinted for 2017! It is essential for anyone involved in critical business applications.
The Critical Power And Infrastructure Handbook 2017 is aimed at professionals in the industry interested in learning about Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), 24/7 power protection and best practice. Our Handbook encapsulates a wealth of knowledge and lays out in straightforward language the key data centre infrastructure technologies. This includes power and cooling structures, as well as the fundamental principles and in-depth know how which will help prevent costly pitfalls when designing a new data centre or upgrading an existing facility with any critical power application.
The guide is a must read for anyone, especially data centre professionals, looking to ensure optimum infrastructure, taking into account energy efficiency, resiliency and the flexibility needed in today’s data driven world.
Data centres are one of the key utilities of the 21st Century, storing, managing and processing the data that we use in an increasingly frequent basis. Consumers are becoming more ‘information hungry’ than ever – devouring cloud services, social media applications, shopping, banking and working online. As we move towards a digital Europe, opening up new opportunities for people and businesses, the role of the data centre is becoming increasingly important.
The Handbook has been written to share the company’s knowledge and ensure that all businesses can reduce risk, avoid unnecessary investment and guarantee that essential data and services continue running 24/7 for customers. It is co-authored by Jason Koffler MBA Fellow CIM, founder and Managing Director of Critical Power Supplies, and Mark Waters, UK Sales Support Manager.
Jason’s career within the power industry began over 25 years ago, with North West based power manufacturer and reseller, Galatrek. He went on to fulfil further positions within some of the industry’s leading providers. His expertise within the power protection industry has helped to ensure the success and continued growth of the company. Mark joined the company in September 2015 and is responsible for Critical Power and Standby Power Applications.
The Critical Power and Infrastructure Handbook 2017 can be purchased directly from Critical Power Supplies (link), in hard copy or downloadable format, or via Amazon Buy on Amazon