Uninterruptible power supplies play a crucial role in the Irish data centre industry. But no UPS can last forever. When should operators opt for a UPS overhaul and when is it best to replace with…Read More
The NHS is in the midst of a tech revolution. But as we explain to Health Business magazine, healthcare digitalisation depends on data centres providing the necessary processing power.
With edge computing on the rise, we explain why modular data centres are set to become a facilities manager’s best friend.
Riello UPS General Manager Leo Craig explains how modern uninterruptible power supplies can help facilities managers cut their data centre power consumption.
With Dublin overtaking London as Europe’s largest data centre cluster, modular uninterruptible power supplies are key to powering this processing revolution.
It’s the phenomenon promising to be the future of processing. But what are edge data centres and how do they work?
It’s not strictly a superhero battle between good and evil. But when it comes to an ageing UPS system, it’s still a big call whether to repair or replace.
Edge computing is on the rise. And this growth is facilitated by the development of modular or micro data centres.