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BORRI'S POWER SOLUTIONS TO LIGHT UP DATA CENTRE SHOW

06 February 2012

Leading Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) specialists, Borri Ltd, will be making its UK exhibition debut at the 2012 Data Centre World Conference & Expo, showcasing a wide selection of its high efficiency UPS solutions.

Data Centre World Conference & Expo, 29th February - 1st March 2012, The Olympia National Hall, London, Stand Number A75

The show is the perfect platform for Borri to demonstrate how it can deliver efficiency without compromise and help data centres explore and understand the true cost of power. The UPS products on its stand can offer businesses affordable solutions that take into account power output, day-to-day energy consumption and environmental impact.

Taking centre stage will be the impressive Borri B9000FXS, which is up to eight percent more efficient than standard six pulse UPS and can achieve up to 95 percent efficiency in On-Line Double Conversion mode. Standing tall at almost 2m high, the transformer-based B9000 comes with an isolated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) input, sophisticated tricore technology and digital signal processor applications, which enable the B9000 to provide the highest levels of protection, whilst achieving optimum efficiency levels and in turn substantial financial savings.

Being unveiled for the first time since its recent re-development is Borri's new ultra-efficient, compact and highly reliable B400 UPS, which now carries far more features whilst offering the same affordability and multifunctional characteristics of its highly popular and flexible predecessor B300. Some of the additional features include On-line Double Conversion technology and remote intelligent UPS management software.

In addition, the company will be exhibiting a transformerless, high efficiency B8000 FXS 20kVA UPS, which when operating in true Smart On-line mode offers a superior ECO-UPS solution capable of achieving efficiency levels of up to 98 percent.

The B8000 generates less than three percent harmonic distortion at the input stage, allowing supporting generators to be downsized as much as 50 percent. This can have a significant effect on ensuring users are not penalised with hefty environmental financial penalties.
Visitors to Borri's stand will also be able to view a range of the company's flexible, slim-line rack mount kit and specialist UPS software.

Throughout the two day event, Borri will have a team of specialist engineers on hand to demonstrate the unique features of Borri's products in more detail, give guidance on the most appropriate UPS solutions for particular applications and also discuss the company's comprehensive maintenance and service packages.

Borri's managing director, Ian Tucker said: "We're delighted to be making our debut at the Data Centre World Conference & Expo and believe that it will open up many new opportunities for us. Back-up power is essential for data centres and we have worked hard to ensure our product range delivers affordable, high efficiency UPS solutions that are suitable for this market's most exacting requirements."

For more information on the company's products and services or to arrange a free site survey please visit www.borri.co.uk  or call 0800 136 993

Ian Tucker
Director
Borri Ltd
Systems House
Eckington Business Park
Rotherside Road
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S21 4HL
Tel: 01246 431431
Fax: 01246 431444
Email: Ian.Tucker@borri.co.uk


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