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  • WP #46: Cooling Strategies for Ultra-High Density Racks and Blade Servers
    Rack power of 10 kW per rack or more can result from the deployment of high density information technology equipment such as blade servers. This creates difficult cooling challenges in a data center environment where the industry average rack power consumption is under 2 kW. Five strategies
  • WP #46: Cooling Strategies for Ultra-High Density Racks and Blade Servers
    Rack power of 10 kW per rack or more can result from the deployment of high density information technology equipment such as blade servers. This creates difficult cooling challenges in a data center environment where the industry average rack power consumption is under 2 kW. Five strategies
  • Impact of Blade Servers on the Critical Power System
    Over a span of five to six years, most servers have moved to dual-corded power input design. This change came about to improve Data Centre resilience, this is, to improve the Nines of availability, in case one chord failed. However, now that each cord is lightly loaded, transmitting only 50 per
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    over its key interconnect technology. At issue is what will become the backplane for server blades an emerging class of Internet data center computers based on plug-and-play adapter
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    for servers, adapter cards Sun Microsystems Inc. will use Infiniband as a cluster and I/O interconnect, and will build Infiniband slots for adapter cards in blade and database servers that could start shipping late next year. Details of Sun's plans come as other longtime Infiniband promoters,
  • WP #102: Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center
    Traditional methodologies for monitoring the data center environment are no longer sufficient. With technologies such as blade servers driving up cooling demands and regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley driving up data security requirements, the physical environment in the data center must be watched
  • WP #102: Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center
    Traditional methodologies for monitoring the data center environment are no longer sufficient. With technologies such as blade servers driving up cooling demands and regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley driving up data security requirements, the physical environment in the data center must be watched

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