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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

APC integrates InfraStruXure with Smart UPS

Remmy Nweke

Leading global provider of end-to-end infrastructure, American Power Conversion (APC) has concluded the construction of full InfraStruXure system integrated with a Smart-Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) VT power module.

The integration comes with hot-swappable batteries and integrated power distribution, just as the new InfraStruXure system offers quick connect components and turnkey features to speed up deployment time.

APC’s Vice President, Enterprise Systems and Business Networks, Dwight Sperry, revealed this development and said the system also decreased total-cost-of-ownership by minimizing space and reducing operating, installation and expansion costs.

“Since the InfraStruXure with Smart-UPS VT architecture uses a modular and scalable design approach, users can expand the system by adding APC’s innovative in-row cooling, centralized management and security products for enhanced capabilities,” he said.

Noting that the legendary and award winning Smart-UPS line joined with innovative InfraStruXure architecture provide customers with highly agile and available solutions for their Information Technology (IT) environments.

“The system’s high power density, small form factor and modular architecture make it ideal for applications ranging from high density, disaster recovery and VoIP/IP telephony,” the VP said.

This new Network Critical Physical Infrastructure (NCPI) solution offers a fully-integrated system at a lower initial investment and incorporates several innovative features such as a single rack-based design for better utilization of floor space, higher power efficiency for lower operating costs and a new power distribution design for simplified installation and expansion.

“Finally, the system improves availability with additional internal battery capacity for runtime scalability,” Sperry said.

APC underscored that the new InfraStruXure with Smart-UPS VT is ideal for server rooms and small data centres as well as for remote locations including regional offices, even as it is available in 30KVA and 40KVA, 400V input and are now available in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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