Fast track to improved power supply reliability

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This white paper discusses how to solve these issues. It looks at ways to design a UPS and power distribution system sufficiently reliable and resilient to support a mission critical data center load, yet proof against interdependence challenges and unscheduled events. While reviewing recommended solutions, it also shows the importance of this inclusive approach by outlining the consequences of failing to make these provisions. Overviews of relevant norms and standards are also given, providing an insight into current expectations of system performance and safety as well as common reference points for suppliers and users.

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