Posted on June 18, 2010 by Dorothy Ochs | Comment (0)
Come visit Raritan at Angelbeat St. Louis and Kansas City to learn about the latest KVM solutions, power management and data center infrastructure management. We’ll be raffling an iPod Shuffle too. For more information about the show and to register, visit www.angelbeat.com.
Posted on June 15, 2010 by Hugo Lin | Comment (0)
The new DKX2-CAT108 bundles provide an enterprise level KVM-over-IP solution for the SMB market combining Raritan’s digital and analog products. These economical bundles combine the benefits and advantages of the Dominion KX2-101 and Master Console CAT MCCAT18 products. It provides a low cost, full-featured solution for SMB customers.
|Model name||Description||List Price|
|DKX2-CAT108-PAC||DKX2-101 x 1, MCCAT18 x 1||US$1,095|
|DKX2-CAT108-CPAC||DKX2-101 x 1,MCCAT18-PAC x 1 (includes 8 USB CIMS)||US$1,695|
Posted on August 13, 2009 by James Cerwinski | Comment (0)
AFCOM’s Data Center World is scheduled for October 4-7, 2009 in Orlando Florida.
The “Early Bird Rate Cut-Off Date” is tomorrow August 14, 2009.
I have found the educational programs to be well worth the investment.
Hope to see you there.
Posted on August 10, 2009 by James Cerwinski | Comment (1)
Power IQ Data Center Energy Management System Release 1.4 is GA.
Power IQ 1.4 contains the following improvements over 1.3.1:
Posted on August 4, 2009 by James Cerwinski | Comment (0)
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) offers a Data Center Energy Efficiency performance based incentive to offset the cost of projects that improve energy efficiency in Data Centers.
The Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (EEPS) has approved funding of 93 million dollars for the period of 2009 - 2011. Their objective is to reduce the state’s consumption by 15% by 2015.
The incentive per kWh saved is $0.16/kWh for Con Edison customers and $0.12/kWh for upstate customers. Applicants are eligible for up to $5,000,000 per facility, not to exceed 50% of project cost.
Key project requirements are:
Get started by submitting an application:
My understanding is that applications can be processed within a week followed by the following five steps:
Let me know if you have success with this program.
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