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Uptime in the Nastiest of Times

Mt. Washington in New Hampshire is known as the "home of the world’s worst weather”, and also happens to be the home of a fully staffed Weather Observatory. To help keep things operational in the extreme conditions (including winds up to 231 mph and temps as low as -47), the Observatory team turned to Eaton. Check out this video to learn more about Mt. Washington’s extreme conditions, and how Eaton helps to keep things running.

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LeBlanc’s Food Stores

LeBlanc's needed a space-saving, backup power solution to protect its point-of-sale terminals across Louisiana. The Eaton 3S UPS was the perfect fit.

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The Week’s Top IT Stories: 12/12

Each week, Eaton scours the Internet to bring you the top industry headlines of the moment. This week Amazon denied that Sony used AWS for a denial-of-service counter-attack, Iowa drivers moved closer to using their phones as their primary forms of ID, YouTube launched its own built-in .gif maker, and wearable tech makers continued gearing up for CES 2015. See what else made our top headlines.

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Your Blackout Tracker is great, and I have a related question. Where can I get any published, and preferably unbiased data, on the probability of start-up for emergency or back-up generators following a blackout? DGs? Gas turbines? Up to and including 5 mW. I am a reliability/availability consultant and I have clients who are asking for it.

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9 Ways to Decorate Your Network Closet for the Holidays

The holidays are upon us! To celebrate the season, we came up with some ideas for how IT Professionals can decorate their network closets. Read on, and happy holidays, everyone.

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Overcoming eight common power management challenges

How intelligent, logical and complete power management solutions provide relief for some of today’s worst power-related headaches.

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Ed Spears

Ed is a product marketing manager for Eaton’s Critical Power Solutions.

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Jim Tessier

Jim is a product manager for Eaton single phase UPSs, power monitoring software and connectivity products.

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A retired college professor, Professor Wattson consults IT managers and customers in all aspects of IT power management.

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David Windsor

A mechanical engineer, David is a Project Manager for Eaton UPS products, currently for 5-11 kVA UPSs.

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