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Schlattman to Discuss Requirements of UL 3223

Mass adoption of cloud computing has created the risk of hampering companies and individuals during a cloud data center, infrastructure or network failure.

Paul Schlattman of ESD and Robert James of UL will identify key components geared toward improving reliability and safety of data centers in their presentation “The New UL Data Center Certification and Standard 3223” at the Critical Facilities Summit in Minneapolis on Tuesday, Oct. 24. They will analyze key components of critical infrastructure in the data center and discuss requirements of UL Standard 3223, among other topics.

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