Archive for the ‘power fallback’ Category

Energy Company Stays Online During Oilfield Power Failure

Friday, March 7th, 2014


One of worlds’ largest oil companies has the mission-critical task of monitoring sensors across large scale oil field deployments. The company’s oil field monitoring equipment and servers must be up 24/7, so redundant power circuits are used whenever possible. The oil company has many single-power-supply network devices that must always be running. Because they are single power supply, if the UPS is taken down, they will also lose power to critical network elements.

The company was looking for a way to provide dual power to network elements and monitoring devices in case of UPS issues. Also, the NOC of the facility wanted the ability to reboot these critical devices and sensors remotely at all times.


The Intelligent ATS – Power Redundancy and Remote Power Management in One Compact Package

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

Power redundancy is an important factor for any critical network application. When your primary power supply fails, a well-planned power redundancy solution can save the day by ensuring that vital network elements can quickly fallback to a secondary power source without interfering with network communication or disrupting user access to important network services.


Power Source Redundancy for Single Input Devices

Monday, October 11th, 2010

Power source redundancy is a vital part of the infrastructure of most large data centers. The presence of a back-up power source in the data center helps to ensure that critical network devices such as routers, servers and firewalls are always up and running when they’re needed.