Discover Schneider Electric
Schneider’s purpose is to empower all to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. At Schneider, we call this Life Is On.
Known for their quality, innovation and industry leading service and support, Schneider Electric’s APC products have perhaps the longest list of accolades in its industry, as they were designed diligently to achieve improvements in the manageability, availability and performance of information and communication systems through the rapid delivery of innovative solutions to real customer problems.
Certainty in a Connected World
We believe data and connectivity are crucial for business success. Our solutions ensure they’re available when and where you and your customers need them. It’s how we provide Certainty in a Connected World.
Peace of mind in your
in an uncertain world
Managing your IT connectivity
The popularity of smart devices and the rising adoption of IoT has made data a must have for all industries.
This reality brings new opportunities, but also comes with a risk: As businesses come to rely more on data, how can they be certain it will be there when they need it? As this collective reliance on data grows, a superior, intelligent, and dynamic system must be put in place to keep it secure, and make it available wherever and whenever customers require it.
As the industry leader in integrated physical infrastructure and software, Schneider Electric through its APC branded offers provides reliable and innovative solutions that help keep the power on, and the data flowing. That’s Certainty in a Connected World.
In today’s connected world, you deserve integrated solutions for the transformation of IT
Our proven industry leadership, combined with the largest community of IT partners, has resulted in collaborative technology that delivers connectivity, reliability, and accessibility through simplified delivery and expert services.
Enabling IT trends and technologies | Market leadership and innovation | Integrated solutions and capabilities | Alliance and partnerships
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
In today’s “always on, always available” world where businesses can’t stop and downtime is measured in lost revenue, Schneider Electric provides protection against some of the leading causes of downtime, data loss and hardware damage: power problems and temperature. Uninterruptible Power Supply solutions offer a range from 325VA for the home or small business up to 10,000VA for datacentre applications – 325VA, 350VA, 500VA, 750VA, 2200VA, 3000VA and 10,000VA variants.
Explore Schneider Electric battery backup and surge protection for computer systems, home networking, external storage, gaming, home servers and other electronics.
Power Distribution Units (PDU)
Schneider Electric provide a wide array of power distribution solutions for your IT environment. The Schneider Electric standardised PDUs are designed to increase the manageability and efficiency of your data centre. Power Distribution solutions provide real-time remote load monitoring of connected equipment and individual outlet power control for remote power recycling, manage power-up or power-down sequencing of equipment. IT and Data Centre Managers rely on APC PDU alarms to warn of potential power overloads before critical IT failures occur.
Server Racks and Cabinets
Server Rack enclosures with advanced cooling, power distribution, and cable management for server and networking applications in IT environments.
Easy Racks are reliable and affordable IT enclosures with a proven design and essential features which is suitable for server rack and network rack applications, and edge computing applications.
NetShelter SX Server Racks
World’s most versatile rack enclosure. The NetShelter SX is a multi-functional rack enclosure influenced by customer feedback from around the world. These enclosures are designed to meet current IT market trends and applications ranging from high density computing and networking to broadcast and audio-video. With a strong focus on cooling, power distribution, cable management and environmental monitoring, the NetShelter SX rack enclosure provides a reliable rack-mounting environment for mission-critical equipment.
The solution for deploying IT in non-dedicated spaces – Designed for branch offices, home offices and any non-IT space where there isn’t the room, the time or the budget to build a dedicated IT zone – the NetShelter CX server enclosure is an ultra-portable, secure, economic, plug-and-play IT solution. You simply roll it in to the open office, put your equipment inside, plug it in and close the doors. With the NetShelter CX Soundproofed ‘Server Room in a Box’ you can get back to focusing on your core business quickly.
Designed to put applications and data closer to devices – and their users. While cloud computing drove the creation of mega data centers, edge computing brings distributed IT with an exceptional number of micro data centers.
What is Edge Computing?
Edge computing is an IT deployment designed to put applications and data as close as possible to the users or “things” that need them.
Edge Computing vs Fog Computing
These industry terms have such similar intent that they can be used interchangeably, and the industry is leaning towards Edge Computing as the de facto standard. Some may have coined the phrase Fog Computing, but the majoity of players in the industry have adopted the term Edge Computing.
Why is Edge Computing Necessary?
Edge computing is necessary to address shortcomings in cloud-based applications and services with respect to performance and regulatory requirements. In short, cloud computing can’t always meet the required demands in terms of response time that critical applications require. Companies that face government regulations regarding where data is stored may also find cloud computing can’t deliver the sort of local storage they need.
It’s an issue because the trend toward digitisation to improve efficiency and business performance is fueling demand for applications that require peak performance, particularly Internet of Things (IoT) applications. IoT applications often require lots of bandwidth, low latency, and reliable performance while meeting regulatory and compliance mandates, making them classic candidates for the edge.