Cost, Speed, and Reliability Tradeoffs between N+1 UPS Configurations


    In today’s IT environments, data centers have a variety of redundancy requirements based on the workloads they support. Increasingly, fault tolerance is achieved through software. There is an increasing trend towards N+1 UPS architectures – rather than 2N – as IT fault tolerance through software continues to improve.

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