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Leading provider of uninterruptible power supplies, MPower UPS, has joined forces with CENTIEL to market CumulusPowerTM for the first time in the UK. CumulusPowerTM is a three-phase UPS system which offers continuous power availability, fault-tolerance and a Distributed Active Redundant Architecture (DARA) which removes single points of failure and is now available exclusively through MPower UPS

“For the past decade, MPower has successfully provided direct UPS sales, servicing and maintenance to its valued world-wide client base,” confirms Gerardo Lecuona, co-founder and sales director, CENTIEL. “To eliminate risks that may cause the computer downtime of business-critical applications, we are delighted to be working closely with the MPower team who will now supply and support CumulusPowerTM…. Read More

Mpower Ups With the launch of our Regional Office moving full steam ahead, February seemed as good a time as any to take our new Business Development Manager on the road.  Working alongside MD Michael Brooks, we exhibited at DataCentres North 2017. We demonstrated a range of UPS systems suitable for small and medium sized data centres, including the very latest range of high efficiency Legrand Keor-T UPS.  The Keor-T has a compact design, resulting in a smaller footprint than many UPS.  An internal battery in all sizes up to 60KVA releases further valuable floor space.  For more information on the Keor-T download our brochure: mpowerups.co.uk/legrand-keor-t-ups/

Data Centres North was a fantastic platform to demonstrate MPower’s overriding objective to offer organisations across Britain, power protection solutions that they can depend upon, whenever the situation arises.

If you missed us at this year’s Data Centres North, don’t worry we’ll be back again next year. In the meantime, you can visit us at one of our future events…. Click here to read the full newsletter

When bad weather is in your neck of the woods, nothing and no one is immune. It can strike indiscriminately – impacting homes and offices, shops and factories, hospitals and schools in equal measure.

Torrential rain, violent thunderstorms, hurricane force winds, freak localised tornadoes and even excessive cold can cause untold damage to businesses and households alike.

Blame it on man-made intervention or natural long term shifts in our weather patterns, the fact is that Britain’s climate is subject to some pretty spectacular highs and lows. Not all in the same day or month necessarily, but guaranteed to strike randomly from time to time throughout any given year.

And when they do strike, adverse meteorological conditions can have a significant impact on power supply – either causing the mains electricity to shut down completely or resulting in sudden power surges.

For organisations that are heavily dependent on their IT systems – and in today’s world that covers a multitude of enterprises – it pays to be prepared, to put preventative measures in place to mitigate against storm and tempest. This is a major reason why uninterruptible power supply systems have entered the fray in ever increasing numbers...READ More

Aqua Comms Head of Network Engineering Jol Paling to Present at DataCentres North 2017 in Manchester, U.K.

DUBLIN – February 7, 2017 – Aqua Comms DAC (“Aqua Comms”), the operator of Ireland’s first dedicated subsea fibre-optic network interconnecting New York, Dublin and London, today announces that its Head of Network Engineering, Jol Paling, will speak at DataCentres North 2017. The event takes place 14-15 February, 2017 at the Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester, U.K…Read More

Aqua Comms was established to provide capacity networking solutions to content providers, cloud based networks, data centres, IT companies and the global media. By building, acquiring or merging with subsea fibre optic networks we provide the systems which will cover the needs of tomorrow, today

Aqua Comms is a provider of bandwidth infrastructure services including dark fibre, wavelengths and Ethernet.

The company specialises in sub-sea telecoms and is owner and operator of CeltixConnect, Europe’s most advanced sub-sea telecoms network. We are also currently building AEConnect (America Europe Connect) one of the first transatlantic cables to be built in the last 12 years.

Aqua Comms delivers the innovation and flexibility businesses need to stay ahead in the market place. It provides network solutions tailored to specific needs with the most efficient service. All products are supported by industry-leading Service Level Agreements (SLAs). These are further enhanced with proactive management and monitoring of the sub-sea cable system. Customers include Colt Technologies and euNetworks.

Identifying European network requirements and proactively addressing them with Aqua Comms can help position your business for smoother deployment of cloud and content services in the EMEA region.

Through our partners, Aqua Comms offer scalable, European-wide solutions making sure your business is prepared for the burgeoning cloud and content demands of the future. Click on the links below for more news stories from Aqua Comms.

Indiana University and International Partners Light 100G Transatlantic Link Over Aqua Comms AE Connect Subsea Cable

Telecom Ramblings Industry Spotlight on Nigel Bayliff, Aqua Comms CEO

Aqua Comms Expands into 1025 Connect Colocation Facility in New York

Aqua Comms Successfully Tests Advanced Transatlantic Submarine Communications Technology with Ciena

Aqua Comms to Present at Submarine Networks World 2016

Aqua Comms Completes Co-Investment Agreement with Ireland Strategic Investment Fund

Aqua Comms Appoints Nigel Bayliff as Chief Executive Officer

Capacity Media Recognizes Aqua Comms with 2016 Global Carrier Award

Aqua Comms Partners with Megaport to Enable Elastic Interconnection to Its Transatlantic Subsea Cable Network

 

 

November’s Autumn Statement saw the government pledge up to £1bn in digital infrastructure investment, with a call to private companies to match that figure with investment in their own projects.

The data centre investment includes a security upgrade to its dedicated co-location space, and the company has created a high-security compound within the existing facility.

This extra-secure facility is equivalent to IL4 security standard and designed in line with List-X standards, according to UKFast…Read more

Company is one of the first to openly admit it is leaving London partially due to terrorism.

Telecommunications company 52 Degrees has exited the British capital and settled bases in a data centre 190 Km away in Norwich due to growing terrorism-related concerns.

The company, which had its IT previously based in the Docklands financial hub, moved to MigSolv’s Gatehouse data centre and one of the reasons for such was the “terrorism risks facing London and other big UK cities”.

52 Degrees provides hosting, broadband, fixed line and mobile services to companies UK-wide.

The decision to move the IT from London was taken following an internal technology review to ensure its ability to deliver its services in a time when reliability and efficiency are key to business success.

As a result, 52 Degrees decided to change its colocation provider to MigSolv’s Gatehouse data centre in Norwich….Read More 

Derby-based cloud, IT and managed services firm Node 4 has seen profits rise slightly for the year to 31 March 2016.

The firm made a profit after tax of just over £4.2m over the period – up from £4.05m in 2015.

Turnover rose from £22.77m to nearly £26m over the period.

Node 4 works with vendors such as Cisco, NetApp and VMWare. The firm has offices in Reading, Newark and London, and owns and manages data centres in Derby, Leeds and Northampton.

Node 4 also revealed in its latest accounts that Bowmark Capital has become its principal investor, replacing Lloyds Development Capital. The firm says the change will “provide further funding for growth and acquisition”.

The firm employs 137 people.

“The data centre has become a powerhouse of modern business,” says founder, CEO and industry veteran Noel Meaney.

One of Britain’s largest data centres is set to open in December 2016 following the founding of a new data centre company named Stellium.

The company has been launched by Noel Meaney, founder of Citadel100 Datacenters, euNetworks and Seafibre Networks.

The venture has been set up to target wholesale, rack services and cloud solutions.

Once fully built, the Newcastle campus based at Cobalt Business Park, will account for more than 110,000 sqf of IT hosting space, divided across three main hubs and a total of 12 IT halls….Read More

Designed with advanced technologies and the latest generation components. The KEOR T has high efficiency and reliability vital for modern data centre environments, and the touch screen display ensures easy user operation

Up to 60kVA with internal batteriesmpower-keort

The internal battery draw system allows for reduced UPS downtime for battery replacements, and results in a compact system with minimal footprint. 60kVA with 14 minutes full load run time in a tiny 0.54m² footprint

Isolation  Transformer Option

An isolation transformer can be mounted inside the UPS cabinet upon request in place of the internal battery.

Dumpower-keort-2al input

KEOR T UPS can be powered from two separate AC supply sources; the dual input configuration can be selected at installation by simply removing a linking connector from its input terminal.

 

Preventative Maintenance

Elmpower-keort-3ectronic equipment and power systems, such as UPS, contain life-limited components and parts that must be replaced according to the manufacturer’s specifications.Your UPS is critical to your operations and should be regularly inspected to ensure it remains in peak condition. UPS systems contain life-limited components and parts such as batteries, fans and capacitors that must be replaced according to the manufacturer’s specifications

Additional Features:

  • Highly suitable for a wide range of applications
  • Parallelable to increase the power availability
  • User friendly touch screen control panel
  • Multi coloured LED bar- instant visual communication of UPS status
  • Reduction of Total Cost Ownership (TCO)
  • Communication features include RS232, ModBus, Dry Contacts and optional SNMP solutions
  • EPO facility (Emergency Power Off)

Contact MPower UPS Ltd for further information.

Head Office Alton 01420 82031
Regional Office Stoke on Trent 01782 968538