Posted on May 11, 2009
SOMERSET, NJ (May 11, 2009) - Raritan today announced that Microsoft’s Enterprise Engineering Center (EEC) has chosen a suite of Raritan IT infrastructure management solutions for monitoring servers and their energy consumption down to the outlet level.
Located on the main Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington, the state-of-the-art data center contains more than $125 million in hardware and networking equipment, and houses multiple labs for Microsoft’s enterprise customers to collaborate with product teams to test and validate Microsoft software solutions in replicas of customer production environments.
Posted on April 27, 2009
—Portfolio expansion to include new high-power models with monitoring of kwh and unbalanced 3 phase loads—
SOMERSET, N.J. (April 27, 2009) - Raritan today expanded its data center power management portfolio with the addition of the Dominion® PX-4000 Series intelligent rack power distribution unit (PDU) for monitoring the energy usage of blade servers and other high-density networking equipment. The PX-4000 Series also is designed without remote outlet power switching to minimize blade servers from being switched off accidentally.
Blade servers, offering high performance/cost ratio and compact size benefits, are filling data center racks. However, blades, which run hotter than traditional servers and reside in higher-density racks, have created new power and cooling dynamics in the data center - often placing greater demands on data center cooling capacity.
Posted on April 16, 2009
New York City (April 16, 2009)—Raritan was recognized today by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its participation in the Data Collection Initiative, which is part of the agency’s program to develop an ENERGY STAR rating for data center infrastructure and to help operators improve data center energy efficiency.
As a first step in developing the ENERGY STAR rating, the EPA is collecting data on energy use and operating characteristics from a large number of existing data centers—including both stand-alone facilities and data centers located in offices and other types of buildings. The year-long data collection project is slated to be completed in June.
Posted on April 13, 2009
Posted on April 7, 2009