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Why 99.9 percent is not good enough
an interview with Peter Huber

Ubiquity, Volume 2000 Issue April, April 1 - April 30, 2000 | BY John Gehl 

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Computers can take more then a cycle or 2 of interruption, in fact many UPS systems take around 40ms to kick in. A PSU should be somewhat tolerant of outages. UPS systems don't even use a true sin wave. So the idea that a cycle or 2 could mess up a computer is somewhat laughable.

��� Randall, Tue, 08 Mar 2011 23:14:04 UTC

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