Centiel, has teamed-up with G4S Facilities Management to provide critical power protection services for clients based on the Channel Islands. With Centiel’s 4th generation, three-phase, modular UPS system now successfully deployed in two data centres on Guernsey, G4S Facilities Management’s engineering staff are undergoing extensive technical training to be able to provide first level support.
Wayne McKane, critical power and HVAC engineer, G4S Facilities Management confirms: “At the start of 2018, we were looking for a truly modular solution to ensure efficient running and maintenance of systems within data centres, where our staff could be easily trained to exchange modules if required. We were also looking for the very latest technology to ensure maximum availability combined with a low total cost of ownership and Centiel ticked all the boxes.
“So far, only CumulusPower, Centiel’s 4th Generation Modular UPS has been installed on the Islands,” continues McKane. “However, the association between our two companies now means G4S will have access to Centiel’s full product range to fulfil the needs of our valued client base regardless of their size or power protection requirements.”
CumulusPower, which is known for its “9 nines” (99.9999999%) system availability and low total cost of ownership, through its Maximum Efficiency Management (MEM) and low losses of energy, has now been installed in data centres and comms rooms in over 60 countries across five continents. More than 50 MW of critical power loads are now protected with CumulusPower in locations across the world including: the UK, Singapore, Australia, Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic and now the Channel Islands.