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What are UPS systems and who do they benefit?

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems are essential in today’s digital landscape, serving as life support for numerous critical power systems. These systems play a crucial role in the continuity of essential services – protecting equipment, preventing data loss, and maintaining smooth operations during power outages and fluctuations.

The reality is that UPS systems can benefit anybody looking to protect their operations from such disruptions – but some end users will want to put their hands on high-quality UPS hardware faster than others, particularly those where the consequences of downtime are at their largest. Which industries are more likely to fall into that category? How can you ensure they receive them in a timely manner?

Firstly and possibly most significantly, healthcare. The healthcare industry is one of the most essential industries when it comes to requiring UPS systems. The potential costs loss of power can bring to the healthcare industry doesn’t just have a monetary value, it comes in the form of human life.

Hospitals, clinics and medical facilities require uninterrupted power to maintain patient care and operate life-support systems. UPS systems provide backup power during outages ensuring patient safety and protecting electronic health records.

IT and telecommunications. If it’s digital, it requires power.

There are entire business models that rely on servers in today’s world, all requiring round-the-clock power supply and stable data processing.

IT infrastructure heavily relies on UPS systems to safeguard data centres, server rooms and network equipment for continuity of services. Without the emergency lifeline UPS systems provide, the costs of downtime can be crippling.

Finally, transportation and logistics. Transport hubs rely on more than just HGVs and big diesel engines to operate, they also completely rely on baggage handling systems, tracking systems and security surveillance to ensure smooth operations. Without these, transportation and logistic companies, particularly those that operate on a national or even international basis, can take huge hits to their bottom line should they experience disruptions to power.

What UPS products can these industries depend on that strike a good balance between affordability, accessibility, and effectiveness?

CertaUPS’ products serve a variety of use cases in many industries. For industries looking for reliable and affordable UPS options, CertaUPS’ entry-level models deliver excellent value without compromising on performance.

These models provide essential power protection features, making them accessible to businesses and end users with budget considerations. With Sol Distribution as your distributor of choice, you can expect delivery on a next business day basis, with a 3-week lead time on average for non-stock items. You can view the CertaUPS reseller guide here.

As a true value-added distributor, we keep our clients involved at every step of the journey.

Contact us today to place an order.

What does the demographic look like for a typical purchaser and end-user of this product?

Occupation: IT professionals, system administrators, network engineers, data centre managers and all their decision makers
Age range: Primarily between 25 and 55 years old
Company industry: IT and technology, telecommunications, healthcare, finance, e-commerce, manufacturing
Company turnover: Estimated range of £1 million and £50 million annually

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