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How data centers can effectively manage power surges

Machines are made up of a number of sensitive components. One power surge can reduce the life span of your IT hardware and any other electronics that are plugged into the wall. For data centers, which rely on the optimal performance of equipment, a power...

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Real consequences of transit power outages

Around the world, commuters use trains and subway systems to get to work, school and other important locations. These lines are made up of complex infrastructure, and if anything goes wrong, it can put a real wrench into operations. Amtrak alone transported 31.3 million passengers...

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3 surge protection secrets your company can benefit from today

Power surges are a major menace to business assets and operations. In a previous article, we discussed three ways that power surges can put organizations at risk, including damaging your hardware and causing outages. To prevent these issues from occurring, leverage these surge protection secrets...

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Top unusual causes of outages

Outages don't often happen as isolated incidents – they typically come as a result of other situations like severe weather and physical damage. Organizations must prepare for the unexpected and ensure their systems can withstand outages no matter the cause. Let's take a look at...

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How the food industry is impacted by power outages

People across the world rely upon the safe transport and storage of food items, particularly perishables that must be consumed within a certain timeframe. Much of this depends on keeping food in the right conditions at all times. Power outages can create major issues for...

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Power use escalates as weather warms [Video]

Spring has hit hard with unusually warm weather, and the summer promises to continue this trend. As the days become hotter, power use will escalate in an attempt to keep personnel and machines cool. During the summer, cooling can account for 50 percent of a business’s...

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