Recyled press release aside
Schneider is at the bottom of the list of vendors I would trust or choose for a major upgrade or green field deployment at this point. Too many issues and red flags.
Their company calls to mind SCADA vulnerabilites, 90's era GUIs and command line administraton, misleading hardware specs, overly optimistic runtime estimates, and of course, being the only UPS vendor that not only required downing all for your attached workloads to update the firmware of management card on a UPS, but that it will brick said card and UPS unless you have a spare NMS card laying around.
I'd gladly replace them all with a stack of car batteries attached to a rasberryPi if I could. Not to shill, but I have heard I should be looking at Eaton? Does that track?