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UPI Explained

The physical infrastructure is the foundation on which enterprise systems run, including voice and data communication systems as well as power, computing, control and security systems.


November 1, 2008  


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The physical infrastructure is the foundation on which enterprise systems run, including voice and data communication systems as well as power, computing, control and security systems.

The increasing reliance on IP networking is driving the industry towards convergence of these systems that today are either separately deployed and managed, or are integrated through proprietary, closed technologies.

U/L (UPI)-based offerings take a holistic view of the infrastructure, enabling business agility while minimizing risk through the intelligent convergence of both physical and logical systems throughout data centers, factory automation systems, and building systems.

For more information on the UPI vision, listen to the pre-recorded eBroadcast from Frost & Sullivan entitled U/L: The Need to Better Understand Your Infrastructure at http://ebroadcast.frost.com/infrastructureand receive a free white paper on UPI.