ABB at Datacenter Dynamics 2017

2017-06-12 - Intelligent data needs intelligent power
Join ABB at Datacenter Dynamics, 27 June 2017 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.

The data center industry is at the forefront of the Fourth Industrial Revolution where demands for availability and efficiency are at an all-time high.

ABB provides a wide range of products, integrated solutions and expertise that ensures data centers operate with optimum reliability and efficiency. From complete power distribution systems to enterprise management and grid connections, ABB provides savings in installation, energy, space and maintenance.

Meet and hear from our speaker Domagoj Talapko as he shares insights about multi megawatt power protection.

Medium voltage power protection for large data centres

Domagoj Talapko – Business Development Manager, Medium Voltage UPS into data centre, ABB
Date: 27 June 2017
Time: 10:40-11:15am
Venue: Hall 1

The ever increasing size and power demand of data centres requires a new approach to its power protection. ABB already offers static medium voltage UPS for critical industrial applications and has taken on the challenge and developed a new solution meeting the requirements of the data centre industry. It is based on the Impedance Isolated Static Converter technology and offers complete power protection at medium voltage level, reducing the complexity of distribution and overcoming performance limitations of existing solutions.

Power solutions for mission critical applications

ABB will also be onhand to discuss its new modular and secure power supply and distribution solution for use in mission-critical applications such as data centers.

ABB Ability Mission Critical Power Control System is part of ABB's portfolio of digital offerings that enable customers to do more with their assets, providing local and remote system visualization, control and remote diagnostics for the highest power reliability. 

MNS-Up enables users to save up to 10 percent capital in electrical infrastructure, it requires up to 30 percent less space as compared to traditional architectures and can be up and running as much as 20 percent faster due to reduced installation and commissioning time.