Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation, announced today it is a Diamond sponsor and participant in the second edition of the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC16), taking place in Barcelona from October 25-27. The IoTSWC has established itself as a premier event for the discovery and discussion of real work use cases of Internet of Things technologies and solutions.
Data centres lie at the heart of the digital economy, a market worth around $22.1 trillion (according to latest estimates from United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), and are an indispensable part of the IoT (Internet of Things), connecting embedded devices everywhere from transport and buildings through to industry and power infrastructure, helping provide greater comfort, safety, efficiency, and productivity
With an experienced, diverse IT and technology background, and a reputation for delivering outstanding results, Connor’s new focus is to reinvigorate the Channel and drive revenue growth for partners.
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In a data centre, the UPS acts as your first line of defence by protecting against power fluctuations such as spikes, dips and micro breaks. In today’s data driven society therefore, the role of the UPS within the data centre is vital to help reduce the number of incidents of downtime. The impact of downtime is clear - in 2015, it cost UK businesses an alarming £10.5bn and can have a detrimental effect on productivity. But studies show that two thirds of downtime events are preventable, with insufficient maintenance being one of the major causes, alongside human error. Leo Craig, general manager of Riello UPS explains