See how the PX series of rack PDUs is engineered to reliably and efficiently distribute power to devices in your data center. Improve uptime, save energy, and manage the power in your cabinets remotely.
See why Raritan’s Dominion KX III is the world’s leading KVM-over-IP switch. The Dominion KX III is Raritan’s flagship, enterprise-class KVM-over-IP switch that provides high performance remote access and control of servers and network equipment.
See how the latest PX intelligent PDU controller, the iX7™, delivers unsurpassed reliability, more efficient operations and a future-proof architecture built to support your growing data center.
This video provides a high-level overview of the Dominion KX III with User Station, which is the replacement system for EOL Paragon II. It takes an in-depth look on how Dominion KX III delivers everything the Paragon II does plus added benefits like greater IP flexibility, improved productivity, superior performance, military-grade security, and the highest available reliability.
If your PDUs can’t tell you if your rack is running out of power, or send an alert on a problem server, or provide you accurate power capacity at any moment — then they are putting your data center at risk. Not having visibility to what really is going on in your power chain opens the door to unreliable power, wasteful overprovisioning, and inefficient energy usage that impacts performance and uptime. Learn how to reduce risks and improve efficiency by adding intelligent power distribution units (PDUs) to your racks.
In the last few years coverage on the data center industry has increased significantly. Topics like Big Data, Cloud and Virtualization seem to get all the headlines, often overlooking the underlying infrastructure that makes it possible and reliable. As power density is rapidly increasing in today’s data center, provisioning the right amount of power to the rack without under sizing or over supplying the power chain has become a real design challenge. Watch this webinar to learn about creating long term power flexibility and improved availability for your data center operations and increasing energy efficiency and improving SLAs through a comprehensive set of best practices.
There are more choices than ever before when deploying applications and workloads. Colocation centers remain a trusted option, but how can you ensure the most from your deployment? Collaboration with the colocation operator, along with innovative thinking on remote monitoring, power and energy management, and capacity planning are a few ways to ensure a successful deployment. Watch this webinar to learn how you can reduce costs, lower risks, and get the most out of their colocation contract and provider.
Analysts forecast 25Bn connected devices by 2020* — a 400% increase from today. Are you ready for the power demands that will bring?Increasing rack power densities saves space and energy, and improves both OPEX and CAPEX. But it can also create unintended problems that could bring your data center to a screeching halt. Watch this webinar to learn the three key challenges in deploying a high density cabinet and how reduce operating costs, increase up-time, and become more energy-efficient.
LinkedIn’s mission critical data centers use 3-phase power distribution. As a result, they are able to sustain an estimated user base of 433 million across 200 countries and territories. Watch this webinar to learn how you can accomplish similar feats.
UF Health Shands needed a way in which to track data center assets, specifically identifying the exact location of every server, UPS, and device, across multiple data centers – three of which were new.
J.R. Simplot’s Scott Jepson on how Raritan’s outlet-level metering intelligent power distribution units and DCIM monitoring software has changed his data center.
Raritan’s Tony Bonaventura discusses how government agencies use DCIM monitoring software to find stranded capacity and improve data center efficiency.
Raritan’s Henry Hsu shares his passion for power management solutions and the push toward higher densities in leading edge data centers around the globe.