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Power Playbook

Powering your data center is a lot more complex than figuring out how to put a three-prong plug into a two-plug outlet. Obviously, making sure your data center has power - the right amount and at the right time - is critical. This Playbook directs you to the best sources on protecting yourself against outages, testing your UPS, to a guide to fault tolerant power compliance specs.

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Kate Evans-Correia, Editor.







Do you have a question on power supplies for your data center? SearchDataCenter.com's power expert Robert McFarlane of Shen, Milsom, & Wilke, Inc., is available to answer your questions. You can pose a question or view responses to previously answered questions.


  Table of Contents 

Power and data center design
Uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
Protecting yourself from power failure
Case Studies, White Papers and Reference

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This was first published in April 2005

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