The power industry is changing rapidly. The role of the IT department within an organization is quickly evolving from network and data support to developing complex systems and processes that drive the business. This increased reliance on networks, data, and information systems makes reliable power more critical than ever.
Recent trends are bringing more focus to energy efficiency, high-density servers and data centers, virtualization, data and applications in the cloud, and using colocation data centers. Our reliance on mobile devices and network connectivity are creating additional challenges such as Big Data and supporting the Internet of Things (IoT). These trends come at a time when IT managers are under tremendous pressure to lower equipment costs and operating expenses while maintaining 100% uptime and connectivity.
These changes don’t just apply to the data center. With the migration to smart devices and an increase in networked equipment, considerations such as network availability that were traditionally reserved for the data center now apply to more facilities within your business – especially in hospitals, campuses, manufacturing floors, and transportation hubs.
At Power Solutions, we understand emerging technologies and the strategies required to implement them. As power experts, we are trained to help IT and facilities managers sort through the tech chatter and develop real solutions that fit their needs and their budget.
Since 1993, we have helped facilities managers and IT professionals in government agencies, education, healthcare, telecommunications, and facilities management stay current with their power technologies. Working in close partnership with our customers, we help them with their immediate needs while staying within the context of their long-term facility plan.
Whether you need UPS systems and batteries, DC power plants, Power Systems Engineering, or on-site services and preventive maintenance, we have experts on staff to help with anything power-related from the main switchgear in your building, to the data center, and throughout the network right down to the smallest desktop UPS.