26 Jul '18, 9am

QTS partners with ZincFive to deploy nickel-zinc UPS solutions for data centres

QTS is using the ZincFive UPS for innovative distributed deployments that represent a shift in the deployment of power protection closer to the load in data centres. The ZincFive UPS utilises patented nickel-zinc battery technology and a modular agile design. It is aimed at mission critical IT situations as a long-awaited alternative to lead-acid based UPS solutions. “We see the opportunity for ZincFive’s modular UPS and their nickel-zinc batteries to provide even greater capabilities for QTS to meet the rapidly changing deployment strategies of our customers with a just-in-time capital approach” said David Murray, Vice President, Southeast Region - QTS. “The ZincFive UPS is designed to provide uptime reliability, improve safety, reduce operating costs and also provide a positive impact on the environment and our communities”. QTS has a broad footprint covering more than s...

Full article: https://www.renewableenergymagazine.com/energy_saving/qts...

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