Data Center

Maximum availability, high level of flexibility, lower TCO

The three major concerns of IT facility managers when assessing the life-cycle cost of their power protection infrastructure are availability, flexibility and total cost of ownership (TCO). The DPA UP Scale ST is based on Newave’s unique and proven Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA ) that has been developed specifically to respond to these concerns. DPA – maximum availability
Parallel architecture limited only to modular design
does not guarantee the highest power protection for
critical applications. The success of a parallel modular
system depends largely on the design of the parallel
architecture and on the level of intelligence of the
individual modules. Modular systems based on DPA
are free of single points of failure and maximize the
system’s mean time between failure (MTBF). Quick and
simple repair by safe-swapping modules while the UPS
is online minimize the system’s mean time to repair
DPA – high level of flexibility
UPS systems based on DPA allow for incremental
expansions whilst ensuring redundancy at all times. It
is possible to start with just a few modules and add
to them as required in an easy and safe way. True
safe-swap and safe-scale modularity enables the safe
replacement of UPS modules and their integration into
the UPS system without the need to transfer the critical
load onto raw mains or to remove power from the
critical load.
DPA – lowest total cost of ownership
Saving costs and optimizing capital deployment are
top priorities, and IT facility managers must make
effective investments to increase the efficiency of their
IT systems. An infrastructure that uses cost-effective
and flexible modular power protection solutions
with significantly lower operating costs will create
competitive advantages in the medium term. The DPA
UPScale ST boasts the lowest cost of ownership of
any UPS system by offering energy efficiency, scalable
flexibility and highest availability

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