Data Center Power Reliability

In some respects, a load bank test of a data center is much like a road test of an automobile. Suppose you are in the market for a car, and you meet with a dealer or a private party to check out what they have to offer. You start it up, look under the hood, […]

EPO: Emergency Power Off or Extremely Probable Outage?

In 1959 there was a fire in the Pentagon.  It resulted in seven million dollars’ worth of damage, taking out three mainframe computers.  In today’s currency that would be $58.1 million. The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) was then tasked with creating rules and regulations to manage risks in computer environments.  They came up with […]