Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are deployed in data centers to minimize disruptions caused by unstable electric supply, enhancing data center reliability
However, new technologies allow UPS to interact with the electric grid, helping in the pursuit of more system flexibility, and an even more efficient and sustainable data center. Based on the current operations, priorities, and opportunities in the data center industry, we expect UPS interacting with the electric grid to be an important arena.
Join Moises Levy, Ph.D, of OMDIA, and Arturo DiFilippi, Ph.D., of Vertiv, to learn more about:
A high-level understanding of UPS technology
Benefits for data centers
A forecast and insights from a recent survey by OMDIA
Moises Levy, Ph.D., Cloud & Data Center Research Practice, Omdia
Moises is a seasoned engineer and data center subject matter expert. He has over 25 years of professional experience, with a diverse background in planning, design, management, risk assessment, commissioning, audits, and strategic consulting for engineering projects. Moises leads the data center physical infrastructure research practice at OMDIA. He holds a PhD and master’s degree in electrical engineering, and bachelor’s degrees in electrical and civil engineering. Moises is a researcher, a contributor to standards and best practices, an author of numerous publications, and a speaker at major data center conferences.
Arturo Di Filippi, Ph.D., Offering Manager Global, Large Power, Vertiv
Arturo and his team collaborate with customers to envision and build future-ready infrastructures with specific focus on smart power and energy management applications. Arturo joined Vertiv as global offering manager for large AC power UPS after experiences in heating industry, oil & gas and renewable energy and power. He holds a PhD in industrial engineering, master’s degree in mechanical engineering, and an energy manager certification.
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