Powering Data Capacity Video Released by GE
February 18, 2016
New Video from GE’s Critical Power Business Explores Power Needs for Growing Data Center and Communications Capacity
February 18, 2016
The role of power in meeting the unrelenting growth in data center capacity is explored in a short video released today by GE’s Critical Power business.
“Powering the exponential demand for data center capacity is more than an upgrade or expansion issue for our customers — it’s a business and competitive imperative,” explains Jeff Schnitzer, general manager of GE’s Critical Power business. “Our customers are challenging us to find smart power solutions that leverage assets and provide smart scaling options.”
The video is part of a new series from GE that details the role that reliable, quality and efficient power plays in keeping data center, communications, computing and industrial customers’ operations flowing smoothly. The series is available for viewing at “Power Thoughts” on the “Topics” section on the company’s information and resource page.
GE’s Critical Power business powers rapidly changing, disruptive markets where massive data, communications and computing capacity is redefining how business is done. Customers in data center, super computing, telecommunications and digital content industries rely on GE to provide the reliable and energy-efficient power to keep networks flowing and transactions moving 24/7. To learn more about GE’s Critical Power business, visit www.gecriticalpower.com.
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