Power management company Eaton will explore how all data centres, from the smallest to the largest, can successfully combine optimum performance with maximum reliability at Data Centre World, ExCeL London, 11th – 13th March 2015. Visitors to the Eaton stand (G95) will find out how a coherent physical and power infrastructure, made up of elements that work harmoniously together, can help them improve data centre energy efficiency, avoid downtime and ensure their facility is scalable and future-proof.
“Though IT installations range in size from a small computer room with a single rack and a handful of servers, to purpose-built data centres covering acres, their business demands are very similar,” explained Paul Ryan, segment sales manager for Eaton UK. “Efficiency, reliability and flexibility are key and so at DCW London, our data centre industry experts will be on hand to discuss visitors’ specific applications and explain how to address these needs by using the right infrastructure.”
Also on the Eaton stand will be the company’s latest end-to-end power solutions for data centres of all sizes. These include products for reliable management of the power from the incoming utility, like the Power Xpert CX low voltage switchgear and Power Xpert Busbar systems, to the rack outlet such as the Power Xpert 9395P UPSs, new generation of ePDUs and DRS IT rack systems. Also on show will be the company’s energy efficient Crompack LED lighting and visitors will be able to find out more about Eaton’s solutions for protecting the building itself and the workers inside it, for example fire detection, signalling and emergency lighting products.