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  1. In-Row Cooling and Aisle Containment Offer Efficiency for Growing Data Centers

    In-Row Cooling and Aisle Containment Offer Efficiency for Growing Data Centers

    Many organizations are expanding their data centers to take advantage of new applications and services that can provide competitive advantages. That often creates a quandary — how do we cool this new equipment? Traditional perimeter cooling units are highly inefficient, and have trouble delivering chilled air throughout the room. This can cause hotspots and the potential for overheating.

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  2. Enconnex Acquires Active Energy Solutions, Division of Methode Electronics, Inc.

    Enconnex Acquires Active Energy Solutions, Division of Methode Electronics, Inc.

    Enconnex announced today that it has acquired Active Energy Solutions (AES), a division of Methode Electronics, Inc., solidifying the long-term relationship between the two firms. Under an exclusive distribution agreement with AES, Enconnex has been offering the AC6000 uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to its customers. Now Enconnex will manufacture the AC6000 in its Reno, Nev., headquarters and incorporate the product into its integrated data center solutions.

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  3. A PDU Is More than a Power Strip: Tips for Selecting the Right Unit

    A PDU Is More than a Power Strip: Tips for Selecting the Right Unit

    Power distribution units (PDUs) look like oversized power strips — they have multiple outlets for plugging in servers and other equipment in the data center. There are basic PDUs that do little more than provide a centralized source of power. However, many rackmount PDUs offer advanced features, and choosing the right unit requires consideration of a number of factors.

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  4. How to get Proper Cooling and Management for Your IT Equipment in Any Space

    How to get Proper Cooling and Management for Your IT Equipment in Any Space

    Most organizations are aware that servers, networking gear, and other IT equipment have specific environmental requirements, and need to be physically protected from accidental and intentional tampering. In many cases, however, organizations simply don’t have suitable space in their office environment. They run power and network cabling to a storage closet and install shelves or tables to hold their IT equipment.

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  5. Leveraging the Cost-Efficiency of the Cloud to Deliver Gaming Services

    Leveraging the Cost-Efficiency of the Cloud to Deliver Gaming Services

    The cloud is a game-changer — literally. More and more gaming software companies are delivering their products as cloud-based services, creating a cost-efficient solution for gaming aficionados. As cloud gaming becomes more popular, however, service providers will need to make significant investments in data center infrastructure to ensure a high-quality experience for their customers.

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  6. A Look at Data Centers Trends for 2020 and Beyond

    A Look at Data Centers Trends for 2020 and Beyond

    As IT managers develop their data center budgets for 2020, many probably wish they had a crystal ball. In 2018, data center spending rose sharply as organizations updated legacy equipment and invested in new technologies. In 2019, spending was relatively flat, primarily due to lower prices for equipment.

    These trends indicate that organizations are maintaining on-premises infrastructure despite continued migration to the cloud. 

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  7. A New Resource for Valuable Insights into Data Center Infrastructure

    A New Resource for Valuable Insights into Data Center Infrastructure

    The corporate data center is becoming more and more dense and complex to meet increasingly stringent business demands. How do you go about selecting the right data center infrastructure components to ensure the highest levels of availability, manageability, scalability, and performance?

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