This issue highlights: The Global Delta System failure – what happened? and
the Eaton 93PM UPS – Double Conversion
Delta Airlines System Outage – What Happened?
(follow-up to August 8 Newsletter)
On Monday August 8th, the Delta Airlines data center in Atlanta experienced a back-up power system failure that cost Delta an estimated $150 Million in lost revenue and stranded thousands of passengers. For facilities and IT professionals, the Delta Airlines system failure raises the question – is your site vulnerable to a similar failure?
The series of events that occurred in the Delta Airlines Data center that morning can happen anywhere. Click here for a detailed timeline of the Delta Airlines power failure and how you can prevent a similar catastrophe in your data center.
Eaton 93PM UPS – Double Conversion (20-400kW)
The Eaton 93PM UPS combines unprecedented efficiency, reliability and vertical or horizontal scalability with eye-catching design. A space-saving, flexible device that’s as easy to deploy as it is to manage, it’s the perfect three-phase white or grey space solution for today’s data center and is the recommended replacement for aging Eaton 9315 UPS equipment.