An online newshound is loose in the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Industry. UPsonNet’s innovative News Briefs Service embraces a growing desire for professionals and users to be updated on development with minimum time investment, providing not only essential up-to-date news in brief, with link to full stories, but also by digging around to expand the news as its happening.
The very important UPS industry, known also as battery backup, protects computers and other sensitive consumers, f r o m utility disturbances, continuing to provide conditioned power from batteries at mains outage.
Vast quantities of information are published daily on various media sites. With so much input, how can anyone find the time to scan the relevant material and cut through the clutter and noise, in order to be updated with the vital information needed to perform one’s task?
To offer a solution, UPSonNet (UON) scours daily, multiple resources, for news and publications about products, companies, components and related Power Protection and UPS Industry events.
Brief’s of latest news, filtered for important new features, approaches or insights are published on UPSonNet site, enabling users and industry participants, f r o m top management level to designers, consultants and service providers, to become updated with essential news, while devoting only a few minutes a day.
The Briefs link to the original source, to allow more depth, if required. Information or claims, of significant nature, such as technological breakthroughs, or competitive advantages, is further investigated by UON’s professional editors. The published briefs emphasize the particular reason, or the outstanding feature which caused the news to be selected for publication.
Initial feedback indicates the importance of this service, UPSonNet executive officer Meir Portnoy says. For example, a major data center company considers after reading the news on UON’s site, to change its original decision of using two high power UPS systems in parallel redundant configuration, to a single, new UPS, type 9395, offered by Eaton Corporation which has a feature of internal redundancy.
This unique feature was not mentioned in the original published source. UON’s editor learned about it f r o m an article on Eaton’s site, while looking for additional information beyond the original source content.
News of interest to specific audience, not highlighted by presentation on UON’s website, is brought to the attention of subscribed audience, by means of a circulated News Letter. The News Letter also adds and expands, the information published in the News Briefs.
For additional information about “UPSonNet creates Industry Essential News Service”, visit: www.upsonnet.com/UPS-News.html
UPSonNet founded in 2006 in USA (now operating also f r o m Israel) is a solution and information source provider, addressing audience involved in Design, Manufacturing, and Applying Power Protection systems, in Business environment, Manufacturing Industry, Data Centers, and other mission critical areas.
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