When Less Is More For Sustainable IT
Consider it a triple play: the modular uninterruptible power supply (UPS) arms solution providers with sustainability, scalability and power protection options. But there is also one more key factor with respect to data centers: density In many customer solutions, less square footage for IT—including data centers—means greater efficiencies, easier management and reduced costs. Often, that leads to modularity. A new forecast from Verified Market Research shows the modular data center market is on track to grow by more than $50 billion in an eight-year period through 2030—providing a steady and consistent sales and solutions path for solution providers. But keeping modular data centers running and running efficiently and sustainably requires an uninterruptible power supply that makes sense. APC by Schneider Electric’s Smart-UPS Modular Ultra offers up to 2.5 times more power density while being half the size and weight of comparable UPS systems. This UPS is characterized by its modularity, scalability, redundancy and a lower total cost of ownership compared to VRLA UPS systems. It’s provided in either rackmount or tower configurations. A critical part of modularity in sustainable IT is the reduction of physical dimensions, and the Smart-UPS Modular Ultra is half the size and less than half the weight of other comparable products.