Data center reliability and resilience are non-negotiable. These facilities, which house vital digital assets and support critical business operations, must maintain high uptime to meet the demands of an increasingly connected world.

At the heart of this reliability is the center’s uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system, which ensures consistent power flow and protects against potentially catastrophic downtime.

A UPS system failure can lead to significant financial losses, damage to equipment, loss of data, and erosion of customer trust. According to the Uptime Institute, more than two-thirds of all outages cost data centers over $100,000.