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Ponemon Institute and Emerson Network Power are pleased to present the results of the 2013 Cost of Data Center Outages. First conducted in 2010, the purpose of this benchmark study is to determine... (View Full Article)
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BayCare's new data center went live at the end of July 2007-on time and on budget-and the last equipment move happened in early October. The new data center meets each of Lauterbach's objectives and... (View Full Article)
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With telecommunications costs devouring an increasing chunk of the district's operating budget, the director of technology for the Bethpage School District took advantage of a network rewiring project... (View Full Article)
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Discover the cooling design strategies that allow BLACKIRON Data to use free-cooling more than 75% of the year without chiller plants or water, and helped to earn Uptime Institute Tier III... (View Full Article)
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The research and development department at a leading communications and media company in the Northeast had outgrown its current building-including its Internet and data capabilities. The lack of space... (View Full Article)
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In few industries will you find the link between IT availability and business continuity stronger than it is in retail financial services. According to Jim Evans, senior vice president of information... (View Full Article)
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By 2005, Bay Area Internet Solutions (BAIS) had become an established player in Silicon Valley's competitive co-location industry. Supported by a single, 24,000-square-foot internet data center (IDC),... (View Full Article)
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While the Cobb County schools were air conditioned, their HVAC systems were designed for intermittent occupancy, not 24/7 WAN electronics. In the newer buildings, the heating/ cooling units served... (View Full Article)
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Reliable, mission-critical power protection is essential to the success of Coleman Technologies Inc. (CTI). According to Kirk Sawyer, CTI chief financial officer, the company relies heavily on its IP... (View Full Article)
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Growing global demand has driven Sidney, Ohio-based Copeland Corporation to continue to boost production and efficiency throughout its organization. Manufacturing automation is one way the company... (View Full Article)
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The back-up system, which includes two servers, a switch and a UPS housed in the Liebert XDF cabinet, has performed as projected, providing the system continuity needed for Crawford County's critical... (View Full Article)
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When Cyber Development Group International (CDGI) began to exhaust the physical footprint of its initial Mount Prospect, Illinois data center facility (building 1 in a 5 building campus) in 2010, the... (View Full Article)
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The overarching message that can be derived from the results of the fall 2012 Data Center Users' Group (DCUG) member survey, sponsored by Emerson Network Power, is that data center managers are once... (View Full Article)
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Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, DataCenter.BZ provides enterprisegrade data center and telecom solutions-including high-density co-location, cloud computing, metro-area dark fiber, managed hosting,... (View Full Article)
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During the last five years, virtually every size business has experienced growth in the number and density of its IT systems as day-to-day operations become more dependent on server, storage and... (View Full Article)
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The Liebert UPStation GXT systems synchronize with the frequencies of the emergency generators during the weekly tests required for UL Listing as a protective signaling central services station. And... (View Full Article)
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"By dispersing the hardware, we minimized the chance of a single incident taking down the entire network across the whole city," said Ghareeb. The network for the Grand Rapids School District... (View Full Article)
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There is no margin of error in 9-1-1 communications. That's why the Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network (GHC 9-1-1), selected a dual- redundant power system for the new Houston Emergency... (View Full Article)
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To better serve its wide variety of clientele, GridWay, an Ottawa, Ontario-based IT and data center services provider, decided it was time to expand its data center capacity and operations. The... (View Full Article)
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With 140 community medical centers at remote locations and a robust and expanding electronic medical records program, Hartford Hospital relies heavily on reliable IT and VoIP systems to help deliver... (View Full Article)
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HESS increasingly depends on technology to support oil exploration and production. When the company first transitioned from mainframe to blade server technology for its most intense processing tasks,... (View Full Article)
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The solution was to temporarily use a Liebert Nfinity UPS, a single-phase redundant unit scalable to 20 kVA in increments of 4 kVA, to support the additional load until a new Liebert 75 kVA Npower UPS... (View Full Article)
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In the midst of rapid growth for the company, the Infinity Insurance Company data center was at capacity. The company needed to replace its 20-year-old uninterruptible power supply (UPS) unit, set a... (View Full Article)
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To meet the growing demands of the increasing number of travelers, this international airport embarked on a significant development program to modernize and expand its current facilities and support... (View Full Article)
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Operations never cease for this global financial services giant. With offices in every time zone, the bank demands true 24x7x365 availability of its information technology resources. A highly flexible... (View Full Article)
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Founded in 1998, ISC provides basic and advanced technology solutions to organizations primarily in the greater Rocky Mountain area. ISC has offices in Wyoming, Colorado and Utah and supports... (View Full Article)
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In the midst of rapid growth and a corporate initiative to become more environmentally responsible from an IT perspective, Langan needed to upgrade its data center. A key part of this effort was... (View Full Article)
(Power Supplies)
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The Maui High Performance Computing Center (MHPCC) stands at the forefront of high performance computing and provides more than 21 million hours of computing time annually to vital defense and... (View Full Article)
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Megadata of Bohemia, New York, is building a worldwide flight data network (the PASSUR network) with an accompanying suite of software to provide airlines and airports with independent, reliable, and... (View Full Article)
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Microsoft® Technology Centers are collaborative, state-of-the-art facilities designed to connect customers with innovative technologies and world-class expertise. Collectively, the Technology... (View Full Article)
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NetAlliant must have peace of mind that its customers' servers will be fully protected against any power loss or damage. Unfortunately, the local utility in its hometown of Chattanooga, Tenn., has not... (View Full Article)
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Local Liebert Rep Computer Support Technology, Inc., Troy MI, met with Skrzypczak that same week. They analyzed the needs of NetSource One and inventoried the existing and planned critical load.... (View Full Article)
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Based on its experience, the law firm has initiated further disaster planning for offices in other cities, including standardization on Liebert Foundation™ enclosures, as well as the purchase of... (View Full Article)
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Manhattan-based School of Visual Arts (SVA) deployed a SmartAisle approach to achieve a high-density, scalable infrastructure capable of accommodating long-term IT capacity growth within a 20 ft. by... (View Full Article)
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In the 1980s, Norton Healthcare inherited a basement data center to support mainframe computer systems. By 2006, the 35-year-old data center, which supported the organization's 13,000 users and 400... (View Full Article)
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In 1999, the Oklahoma City School District faced harsh realities about its computing infrastructure. After deciding to establish a Local Area Network (LAN) between schools to bring Internet access... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Pace University is one of the largest universities in New York state, and its data center houses mission-critical servers, mainframe computing capabilities and networking and telephone applications.... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Its redundant rack power configuration with dual UPS systems and PDUs, coupled with temperature sensors to regulate cooling, made the SmartRow approach nearly maintenance-free. This enabled Pasco... (View Full Article)
(Electrical Distribution and Protection)
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See how Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN) deployed a brand new data center infrastructure, including racks, power, cooling, monitoring and fire suppression in a single... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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A four-year project to implement an integrated workflow management platform introduced new technology into the data center that increased heat loads, but also threatened current operations and future... (View Full Article)
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In November 2010, Qoncert was primed to take the next step forward. Staff size and space needs had exceeded its current building capacity and the lease was about to expire. Officials at Qoncert... (View Full Article)
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RagingWire Enterprise Solutions was founded in May 2000 to be an enterprise-class Managed Services Provider (eMSP) that could provide and support colocated data center services for Fortune 1000... (View Full Article)
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Space constraints in an existing data center were challenging this research institute to meet requests for deployment of new technologies and increased performance reliability. When a new construction... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Safelite Glass planned a dual expansion at its headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, including relocating one of two national customer contact centers and expanding the data center by 60 percent. Both the... (View Full Article)
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Within this facility, SDSC maintains two data centers totaling approximately 19,000 square feet. The larger of the two data centers, at approximately 14,500 square feet, is also the older of the two.... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Sandia National Laboratories supports United States national security by providing science-based solutions to address threats from terrorism, cyber attacks, uncertainties over energy security and... (View Full Article)
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Sarasota County IT professionals realized they could cut costs and trim the operating budget by consolidating existing data center spaces into a new facility and shrinking the footprint. The new... (View Full Article)
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An increase in the demand for outsourced human resources support placed Sequent at the doorstep of opportunity for achieving significant business growth. An increase in the use of information... (View Full Article)
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SkyPort's goal was to "raise the bar" in terms of efficiency, reliability, redundancy and customer service in the traditional satellite industry. Accomplishing that required developing a world-class... (View Full Article)
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SFBCIC provides property and casualty insurance across seven states that historically have been vulnerable to severe weather. These conditions make continuous operation of mission-critical technology... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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New technology has allowed many organizations to save money and provide a more efficient communications system by implementing IP Telephony systems. Combining both telephone and data communications... (View Full Article)
(HVAC - Cooling)
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The Tampa Bay Rays selected the SmartRow solution from Emerson Network Power, as it increases data center capacity to support high-performance computing needs while reducing operational costs and... (View Full Article)
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Streamline a data center facility from four racks to two while implementing a more consolidated, flexible power solution and a more efficient cooling solution within the racks.... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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While most CIOs agree that their role will change in the next five years, less than a third see themselves as developers of business strategy or drivers of their company's competitive future today,... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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The major electrical outage that occurred in the United States in August 2003 represented a major test of business continuity plans and UPS performance. The combination of huge fluctuations in power... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Prior to opening Tuscany Casino, the resort's management decided to implement an all-digital surveillance system that would eliminate tedious processes, such as tape swapping every eight hours and a... (View Full Article)
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After just a half-year in operation, the Challenger gained the complete trust of the Museum staff. "We monitored the temperature and humidity for six months. It was straight in line, so we don't even... (View Full Article)
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The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign conducts highly technical research requiring massive computing performance to support fields ranging from molecular biology to electromagnetic theory.... (View Full Article)
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The Clark School of Engineering, situated on the rolling, 1,500-acre University of Maryland campus in College Park, Md., is one of the premier engineering schools in the U.S., with graduate and... (View Full Article)
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Enrollment at University of Phoenix and other Apollo Group subsidiaries more than doubled between 2001 and 2005, driving the need for a new data center. Because the organization's educational model... (View Full Article)
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Unreliable utility power is a fact of life at the University of Wyoming. But it can't be allowed to affect IT systems, especially when those systems are supporting IP telephony. The university's IT... (View Full Article)
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In the highly competitive colocation business, maintaining continual operation of critical systems is not only important to the business, it is the business. Customers expect 24/7/365 availability of... (View Full Article)
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The Victoria Theatre Association needed improved power protection for the critical switches and telecom equipment that serve the theatre and an adjoining performing arts complex. The main server room... (View Full Article)
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When Virginia Tech initiated plans to build a supercomputer by clustering hundreds of desktop computers, it had ambitious goals for the performance of the new system and a very aggressive schedule.... (View Full Article)
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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Ponemon Institute and Emerson Network Power are pleased to present the results of the 2013 Cost of Data Center Outages. First conducted in 2010, the purpose of this benchmark study is to determine... (View Full Article)
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2013 Study on Data Center Outages.... (View Full Article)
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Data center management is currently undergoing a period of great change, much of which is being driven by two factors: new technologies and increasing demands. Data center managers are struggling to... (View Full Article)
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Energy efficiency is a top and growing concern for data center professionals today. Emerson Network Power's Data Center Users' Group survey respondents ranked energy efficiency their second highest... (View Full Article)
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At one time, data center rack enclosures and related equipment were considered commodity products -simply a platform to stack equipment, with more enclosures purchased as servers and rackmount... (View Full Article)
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In the United States, the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") regulates various sources of emission and radiations, including electromagnetic interference ("EMI"). In order to avoid interference... (View Full Article)
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Throughout the first decade of the 21st century, countless new technologies, unprecedented business demands, and expanding IT budgets created the modern data center. On the cusp of this century's... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Energy efficiency is a top criterion when selecting a data center precision cooling system, but determining the actual energy efficiency of cooling units is not a simple matter. On the surface, it may... (View Full Article)
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In a critical power application, stationary batteries should be properly installed, inspected, commissioned and tested before being placed into full service. Unfortunately, some installers hurry... (View Full Article)
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Addressing each of these issues with your solutions provider can help ensure the UP'S system delivers the expected uptime. but also meets organizational requirements for manageability, serviceability... (View Full Article)
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As we move past the middle of the decade, the trend continues away from host-based to clientserver systems. It's no secret this operational migration has caused as many new network management problems... (View Full Article)
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Ponemon Institute and Emerson Network Power are pleased to present the results of the Cost of Data Center Outages. The purpose of this benchmark study is to determine the full economic cost of... (View Full Article)
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High quality capacitor manufacturers all around the world provide a capacitor service life rating. The service life rating is, at best, a guideline. The number lacks sufficient accuracy to be used as... (View Full Article)
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The ability to dynamically scale enterprise compute workloads while running a "right-sized" private infrastructure has long been a priority of CIOs. Therefore, it is hardly a surprise that few trends... (View Full Article)
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There is growing interest in utilizing transformerfree UPS modules in high power, three-phase critical power backup applications. This prompts a debate over which architecture-transformer-based or... (View Full Article)
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The strategic business importance of today's data center requires a more complex and thoughtful approach to environmental control planning than ever before. Intelligent control to maintain the data... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Efficiency ratings of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) play an increasingly central role in the decisions of data center managers looking to cut energy costs. However, while these ratings remain... (View Full Article)
(Electrical Distribution and Protection)
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Data centers are currently undergoing a period of great change. Data center managers are struggling to keep pace with growing capacity needs while working under the constraints of tightened budgets... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Computer systems are critically sensitive to extreme variations in temperature and humidity. High heat or humidity can cause failure. degrade performance and shorten equipment life. Important... (View Full Article)
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Managing data centers and IT facilities is becoming increasingly complicated as the push to "Go Green" is being felt worldwide. IT managers are faced with the challenge of consolidating power through... (View Full Article)
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Energy efficiency is a top and growing concern for data center professionals today. Emerson Network Power's Data Center Users' Group survey respondents ranked energy efficiency their second highest... (View Full Article)
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Today's data centers are changing rapidly, and it is more important than ever to ensure that each component of the support infrastructure is operating at maximum efficiency and reliability. The... (View Full Article)
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As the business needs and drivers of today's enterprise companies continue to evolve, so too do the demands and challenges placed on their IT infrastructures. Today's data center manager is challenged... (View Full Article)
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The overarching message that can be derived from the results of the spring 2010 Data Center Users' Group (DCUG) member survey is that data center managers are increasingly concerned with... (View Full Article)
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With continued efforts to reduce overhead, more companies are looking to outsource the monitoring of critical data center infrastructures as a way to cut costs and gain the expertise of service... (View Full Article)
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With data center managers struggling to increase efficiency while maintaining or improving availability, every system ¡n the data center ¡s being evaluated ¡n terms of its impact on these two critical... (View Full Article)
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In an ideal world, electrical utilities would deliver clean, reliable power to business critical systems. Unfortunately, this is not the reality. Appropriate systems are required to ensure necessary... (View Full Article)
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getting increased scrutiny. Cooling accounts for approximately 37 percent of electricity usage within a well-designed data center and, in many cases, represents a significant opportunity to reduce IT... (View Full Article)
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A number of options are available to facilities professionals looking to improve cooling efficiency and reduce resources consumed by their data centers. Beyond implementing basic measures such as... (View Full Article)
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Computer systems are critically sensitive to extreme variations In temperature and humidity. High heat or humidity can cause failure, degrade performance and shorten equipment life. Important... (View Full Article)
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"High-Availability" power systems require four elements: Reliability, Functionality, Maintainability, and Fault Tolerance. This paper examines different approaches to UPS internal topology and... (View Full Article)
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"High-Availability" power systems require Reliability, Functionality, Maintainability, and Fault Tolerance. A few UPS configurations can overcome the "Last Four Hours" problem to achieve Continuous... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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"High-Availability" power systems require Reliability, Functionality, Maintainability, and Fault Tolerance. The distribution of AC power between your UPS and load equipment will ultimately determine... (View Full Article)
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Data center IT densities are increasing today and will only increase more in the future. Instead of building larger and larger facilities, an alternative is to deploy a high-density architecture where... (View Full Article)
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Those responsible for IT-related issues inside the hospital continue to face the challenge of balancing fluctuating budgets and growing power requirements with a constant need for availability.... (View Full Article)
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According to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), 98 percent of all power outages last less than 10 seconds. Yet, if the batteries in the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system supporting... (View Full Article)
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When a system is on inverter, the inverter power sharing algorithm controls each UPS module's output voltage magnitude and phase angle to evenly distribute the power. However, when the system is on... (View Full Article)
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HosptaIs and other healthcare fadlities are turning into data centers, with increasing reliance on digital technologies to help improve patient care, increase efficiency and lower costs. The network... (View Full Article)
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Integrating People, Process and Technology to Transform Data Center Operations and Performance... (View Full Article)
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Experts estimate that the average "design" life of a data center is 10-15 years. During that time, equipment will change three or four times. With each change of equipment comes more demand for power.... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Every UPS is designed with components that have a limited life. Some of these components have longer lives than others and this depends on the design of the component itself, its function within the... (View Full Article)
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Increasing pressure to reduce operating expenses and be more accountable for energy usage has pushed many data center owners to take steps to maximize efficiency while maintaining the availability... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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The data center of today is a much different place than it was a decade ago. New high-density servers are accelerating the demand for increased power and cooling capacity in the data center while the... (View Full Article)
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A White Paper on Availability... (View Full Article)
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Network access and telecom rooms are housing more powerful and critical equipment as businesses rely on these spaces to support an increasing number of business-critical applications. The technologies... (View Full Article)
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Network closets in the healthcare setting are housing more powerful and critical equipment as hospitals and ambulatory offices rely on these spaces to support an increasing number of business-critical... (View Full Article)
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Changes in the quantity, configuration and density of servers are reshaping the data center environment. Higher heat emissions are creating hot spots that threaten server reliability, while driving... (View Full Article)
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Air-moving fans are used to remove waste heat on all UPS systems with the exception of those with the very smallest ratings. The use of air-moving fans reduces the hot spot temperature of all the... (View Full Article)
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Enterprises seeking to improve the availability of business-critical systems can now utilize the Internet to dynamically control service access into their protected networks, while still shielding... (View Full Article)
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The data center is one of the most dynamic and critical operations in any business. Complexity and criticality have only increased in recent years as data centers experienced steady growth in capacity... (View Full Article)
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has been used as a refrigerant within refrigeration, industrial cooling, air conditioning and heating applications for many years. The low ozone depletion potential of R22 compared to CFC11 and CFC12... (View Full Article)
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The first decade of the 21st century was one of rapid growth and change for data centers. For most of the decade, data center managers were forced to react to rapid, continuous changes dictated by the... (View Full Article)
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Managing the availability of mission critical systems requires an understanding of the risks and costs of losing access to business critical information or services balanced against the cost of... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Emerson Network Power has long promoted the need for a comprehensive Preventive Maintenance (PM) program, the single most important activity to maximize the reliability of Uninterruptible Power Supply... (View Full Article)
(Electrical Distribution and Protection)
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Many data center power system configurations employ static transfer switches that rely on primary-side switching. This is where the static switch is implemented between the data center power source... (View Full Article)
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Data center servers were traditionally powered by a single cord attached to a single power supply within the server. More recently, to reduce single-points-of-failure through redundancy, most... (View Full Article)