The elusive gold standard of datacenter power design – “five nines” or 99.999% uptime, equivalent to less than six minutes of downtime in a year.
Power Continuity has decades of experience in designing and building resilient datacentre power infrastructure that can meet and exceed the highest standards of power availability.
The top five common datacenter power design mistakes include:
1. Incorrect power capacity sizing
2. Single points of failure
3. Poor choice of power equipment
4. Poor design of failsafe transfer systems
5. Inadequate cabling between server load & UPS
Flaws in data center power design can prove to be costly or even catastrophic, and place the “five nines” out of reach. Common mistakes can be avoided by working closely with our engineers to design a power solution that will be resilient.
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