Patent Awarded to AiNET for Data Center Critical Power Protection Solution

Oct 31, 2011 | Publisher: AiNet | Category: Business & Jobs |  

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Our Infrastructure. Your Data. Trusted. Secure. http://www.ai.net Contact: Darrell Tanno AiNet® 11700 Montgomery Road Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: 202-640-3932 PRESS RELEASE Beltsville, MD – October 19, 2011 - AiNET, a leader in design, construction, operation, and technology solutions for Internet data centers and fiber optic networks supporting critical applications, today announced that it has been awarded U.S. Patent 7,962,772. The patent recognizes AiNET's solution to a class of problems that reduce power availability in all existing data centers, hospitals and other critical facilities that depend on critical power. More than a dozen international patents are pending. AiNET’s announcement comes following a period of high-profile power outages in otherwise state-of-the-art data centers around the world. Facilities dependent upon critical power are typically equipped with generators, automatic transfer switches, uninterruptible power systems (UPS), and extensive battery backup or similar systems. On the whole, this configuration of critical power elements works well to ensure basic critical power availability, but certain conditions create vulnerabilities in the protection scheme due to a lack of proper integration. The AiNET solution, the Critical Power Protection Supervisor, has advanced beyond this set of independent critical power components, by unifying them into an automated, intelligent critical power system that addresses the gaps. As a way of enhancing the most meticulously-designed and implemented power delivery configuration, i.e. TIA-942 Tier IV data centers, an AiNET team developed the solution after an extensive search for anything comparable. In discussing operational measures to respond to the subtle failure-causing conditions that slip under the normal design and detection measures, Deepak Jain, President of AiNET, said, “Relying on a person to notice the problem and intervene isn’t a predictable or scalable approach. We developed this technology [the Critical Power Protection Supervisor] because the best solution is an automated one”. He added, “That outages are occurring in otherwise well-designed data centers underscores that vulnerabilities in critical power remain. Fortunately, adding this technology in an existing facility is straightforward and generates an instant ROI for projects yet to be built.” Our Infrastructure. Your Data. Trusted. Secure. http://www.ai.net As an overall power system manager, the AiNET Critical Power Protection Supervisor will find application in the management and integration of renewable and traditional power sources as well as in capacity demand management. Because all critical power installations in the world are exposed to the vulnerabilities addressed by the Critical Power Protection Supervisor, AiNET will make it available worldwide to design/build firms and manufacturers and distributors of critical power equipment. About AiNET AiNET is a leader in design, construction, operations, and technology solutions for Internet data centers and fiber optic networks supporting critical applications. It owns and operates multiple data centers with offerings ranging from wholesale mission-critical space to colocation with connectivity and full cloud and application support services. AiNET owns and operates one of the few certified, SAS 70 Type II, TIA-942 Tier IV data centers in the world. Its Federal Cloud services focus on the security needs of Government and public sector clients. AiNET’s 100% service level guarantee protects data center and communications customers. AiNET connects its data centers to major carrier hotels in multiple cities to provide significant communications capabilities and diversity. For more information, including a free white paper on the Critical Power Protection Supervisor, please visit http://www.ai.net. AiNET® is a registered trademark of AiNET Corporation. # # #

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