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

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.

Download this insightful white paper to learn the key tradeoffs between an internal "modular" redundant UPS and parallel redundant UPSs and the capital cost savings and decrease in deployment time when internal redundancy is deployed.


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