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Swiss-based UPS manufacturer, CENTIEL SA, has acquired MPower UPS in a move to significantly increase its UK market share. Earlier in 2017 MPower joined forces with CENTIEL to market their leading-edge technology UPS products and has now become a subsidiary company in the CENTIEL Group.

Michael Brooks, managing director MPower UPS confirms: “Whilst it is very much business as usual for all of our existing customers, the acquisition now means we have the product range and financial strength to exclusively and proactively market CENTIEL’s power protection solutions to a much larger target market. These solutions include the technology leading CumulusPower™ and PremiumTower™ products. CumulusPower™ is a three-phase, modular UPS system which offers class leading system availability and very low total cost of ownership and PremiumTower™ is a unity output power factor machine for critical loads of between 10kW and 60kW….Read More

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

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