Date: Thursday, May 20, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Data centers have evolved to become the heartbeat of businesses, which means keeping them running efficiently is crucial. When they go down, we all go down with them.
But did you know power quality issues are the number-one cause of outages? And the economic losses don't stop there. The Electric Power Research Institute estimates U.S. businesses lose between $119–$188 billion per year because of poor power quality. With greater situational awareness of power quality issues and harmonics, outages could be prevented. This special webinar will cover power quality, reliability, and power innovation. Plus, you'll learn what leaders in the industry are doing to ensure power delivery while designing a more sustainable future.
Join our webinar to:
- Learn about the innovation frontier in power quality, delivery, and sourcing
- Explore the power reliability problem impacting data centers in greater detail and find out what you can do to protect your data center
- Learn how new, safer optical sensing technology can assist the data center in its journey to becoming outage-proof
- Learn ways to partner with your local utility to get the power quality data you need while contributing to a more resilient grid
- For the first time, getting started doesn't have to be a challenge
Bill Kleyman, Contributing Editor, Data Center Knowledge
Bill is Executive Vice President of Digital Solutions at Switch. Using the latest innovative technology, Mr. Kleyman delivers solutions that help customers excel in competitive markets. As technology thought leader, Bill was ranked #16 globally in an Onalytica study of the top 100 most influential people in the cloud landscape, and #4 in its study of top data security experts. Follow Bill on Twitter @QuadStack and @Switch.
Amanda Freick, Vice President of North American Sales, Micatu
Amanda Freick, vice president of North American sales for Micatu, is on a mission to enable a responsible energy future. Over a decade working across the spectrum of field operations, including underground cable replacement, reliability indices, substation metering, and electric distribution design, Amanda distinguished herself as one of the leading women and young professionals in the power industry. Now working on the sales side of engineering, Amanda utilizes her practical experience to help implement and provide technical support for such projects as line sensor technology, fire mitigation, grid modernization, and resiliency.