Leading Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) solutions specialist, Power Control Ltd., is one of the key sponsors of this year’s multi award winning Data Centre World Conference & Expo.
Located at the heart of the exhibition at stand M35, Power Control will be presenting its complete product profile. Making their UK exhibition debut will be the recently released solid state Borri Ingenio UPS series and the highly anticipated modular Huawei UPS5000-E series.
With nothing else like it on the market, this sophisticated modular UPS is offered by Power Control with an all inclusive maintenance package. This includes the replacement of modules which are actively monitored by the UPS so there is no need to replace aging capacitors or fans until they are required, achieving true low total cost of ownership.
For those wanting a solid state power protection solution, the Ingenio UPS system from Borri presents a resilient transformer free, online double conversion option, available as a standard 30 – 50kVA UPS solution and as a 60 – 160kVA Plus with unity output power factor.
Power Control will have its highly experienced technical team on hand to help visitors understand both technologies and discuss any project requirements. The company’s managing director Mark Trolley will also be giving an in depth presentation on solution based UPS investment. This will be held in the facilities and critical equipment theatre on Tuesday 12th April at 13:45.
Complementing Power Control’s three phase UPS solutions, the company’s very own single phase range will be making its first public appearance since being rebranded.
Wanting to keep the new identity under wraps until the big event, Power Control promises that both its line interactive and online double conversion UPS systems will still retain the same multifunctional characteristics that have made them an industry leading product for reliability. Power Control will also be releasing some new features to its single phase UPS range in the near future.
Having installed several MVA of UPS into data centres across the country in recent months, representatives from Power Contol's technical services division will be available throughout the two day event giving visitors a greater insight into how to develop even more resilient and efficient power protection strategies and advising on how these can be achieved with today’s UPS technologies.
Co-located with the EMEA’s leading event for IT directors, Cloud Expo Europe, Cloud Security Expo and the Smart IOT, this year’s DCW is expected to attract over 10,000 visitors. Power Controls' managing director Mark Trolley said: “DCW has always attracted an impressive number of influential people from within the industry and with this year’s event predicted to be the biggest yet, we are looking forward to showcasing the company’s extensive product portfolio and presenting our latest projects.”