Data Center UPS
Data center UPS or uninterruptible power supply refers to the device that enables the computer to keep running for a short span when the primary power source is lost. These devices are meant to protect from any power surge. Whenever there is a loss of power, the data center and facility UPS battery immediately kicks in to supply power back to the system. It helps users save their sensitive data even when the power is lost. So, companies no longer have to lose their data to power interruptions. Without this device, the computer’s random access memory tends to erase the data when the power runs out.