The Israeli Patent Office has awarded AiNET a patent for their System and Method for Efficient Power Distribution and Backup; this most recent award is one of dozens of patents of patents as part of AiNET’s Infraguard ™ portfolio of reliable trusted power systems.

Washington, DC – June 7th, 2016 – AiNET® announced their System and Method For Efficient Power Distribution and Backup (part of the “Infraguard” System) has been awarded Patent No: 237231 by the Patent Office for the State of Israel. This award joins the dozens of others that AiNET holds both in the United States and with a number of other countries, including Japan (JP), Europe (EU) and the World Intellectual Property Association (WIPO).

In addition to being deployed in a number of critical facilities in the United States and abroad, AiNET uses Infraguard in their own portfolio of data centers to provide reliable backup power systems and Continuity of Operations (COOP) to their numerous government and enterprise clients who rely on uninterrupted service to their mission critical services.

“We are extremely pleased with this award by the State of Israel,” says AiNET founder and CEO Deepak Jain. “Israel has a vibrant technology industry – their need for stability and continuity of electrical power is not assured. Critical systems in research and development, technology innovation, defense and public services, regardless of location, need uninterrupted access to electricity to perform, and this patent allows AiNET to deploy these systems to the firms and organizations which need them most.”

In addition to Infraguard ™, AiNET carries patents in the fields of data storage, and cooling within the data center. All are engineered with Continuity of Operations (COOP) and disaster recovery (DR) planning as an essential component.