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Power requirements continue to grow and intelligent PDUs are designed to help with next-generation requirements as well as enabling unparalleled capacity. Check out this comprehensive guide on Intelligent PDUs.
This white paper looks at the concepts, considerations and approaches in designing, selecting and deploying the appropriate rack PDU for typical data center applications. It describes the basic ingredients for delivering adequate, reliable power to the rack, as well as the factors and best practices that will contribute to a reliable, operationally efficient and environmentally sound data center for today and for the future. To learn more download this guide.
This white paper examines how implementing a complete rack containment system contributes to overall reduced cooling system energy costs in the data center and prepares your site for an anticipated increase in rack density. Download now to learn more.
Trying to support more users? Struggling with rack density? Check out this guide to data center optimization as it explores better data center management, improved economics, and more uptime!
Lincoln Rackhouse has acquired two data center in Northern Virginia from Netrality Properties, providing an entry point into one of the industry’s most active markets. The deal is part of a larger effort by Lincoln Rackhouse to build a national data center portfolio.
To scale up its Mobile Device Lab, Facebook built custom racks to house 2,000 smartphones for application testing in its Prineville data center. Here’s a look at the design process for this offbeat challenge.
Schneider Electric and Emerson Network Power are actively engaging with the Open Compute Project, introducing racks, power equipment and even new business units designed to build upon the community’s progress.
The hyperscale data center of the future will run on 48 volt DC power, according to Google, which unveiled the custom design powering its servers and joined the Open Compute Project to evangelize this vision to the world.
Managed cloud specialist Rackspace has played a key role in adapting Open Compute project designs for multi-tenant data center environments. The Rackspace team provides a look inside its data centers and the process of integrating OCP equipment.