Active Power to Discuss the Changing Landscape of Data Center Power Infrastructure and Launch Next Generation UPS at Datacenter Dynamics Beijing

Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:30am EST

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  AUSTIN, TX, Nov 29 (Marketwire) -- 
Change is a constant for data center operators from increasing power and
space requirements due to growing IT capacity to smart grid technology
becoming more commonplace. These elements should prompt operators to
rethink their power infrastructure particularly as renewable sources of
energy are integrated into the utility grid that could create a higher
number of power anomalies that exist today.

    To bring clarity to these issues, Huan Wang, director, for Active Power
China is 
 scheduled to present at Datacenter Dynamics Beijing where he
will discuss how the power grid is transforming and what this means in
terms of protecting mission critical IT loads. Wang will also explain why
the conventional approach to UPS design needs to be reconsidered.

    WHAT: "The Changing Face of Utility Power and the UPS"

    WHEN: Tuesday, Dec. 11, 10:55-11:30 a.m.

    WHERE: Hall 3, Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel

    Active Power will exhibit at the conference and provide attendees a first
look at a demonstration unit of its next generation UPS platform. Rated
at 625 kVA, the CleanSource High Density (CSHD) UPS product line is one
of the most innovative and ground breaking UPS products on the market in
terms of performance and technical capabilities.

    CSHD UPS is the most power dense UPS on the market at the 625 kVA range,
delivering critical backup power in half the space of a legacy UPS
system. With an option for a secondary energy storage technology to
achieve extended runtime, paralleling capability for multi-megawatt
applications, and at cost parity with conventional systems, CSHD was
built to support today's and tomorrow's most forward thinking data center

    Attendees can learn more about CSHD UPS at Active Power's booth at the

    About Active Power
 Founded in 1992, Active Power (NASDAQ: ACPW) designs
and manufactures continuous power solutions and critical backup power
systems that enable datacenters and other mission critical operations to
remain 'on' 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Active Power solutions are
intelligently efficient, inherently reliable and economically green,
providing environmental benefits and energy and space efficiencies to
customers' financial benefit. The company's products and solutions are
built with pride in Austin, Texas, at a state-of-the-art, ISO 9001:2008
registered manufacturing and test facility. Global customers are served
via Austin and three regional operations centers located in the United
Kingdom, Germany, and China, supporting the deployment of systems in more
than 40 countries. For more information, visit

    Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
 This release may
contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties.
Any forward-looking statements and all other statements that may be made
in this news release that are not historical facts are subject to a
number of risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ
materially. Specific risks include delays in new product development,
product performance and quality issues and the acceptance of our current
and new products by the power quality market. Please refer to Active
Power filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission for more
information on the risk factors that could cause actual results to

    Active Power and CleanSource are registered trademarks of Active Power,
Inc. The Active Power logo and PowerHouse are trademarks of Active Power,
Inc. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective

    SOURCE: Active Power, Inc.


Active Power Investor Contact: 
Ron Both 
Liolios Group 
(949) 574-3860 

Active Power Media Contact:
Lee Higgins
Senior Public Relations Manager
(512) 744-9488 

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