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About Data centre backup power and power distribution

Today's data centres require more power to handle the IT load, while data centre managers face pressure to lower power costs and save money for their organisations. This section covers the best methods for powering your data centre, including direct current (DC), alternating current (AC) and uninterruptible power supplies (UPSes). And because a data centre power outage is inevitable, it's crucial to plan accordingly, making sure your data centre has a reliable emergency power source. Learn about backup power supplies and generators to ensure a painless recovery from a power failure.