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Data Center Trends: Rack Densities and Outages On the Rise

Posted on March 30, 2021 by Neche Veyssal

Rack densities are increasing in data centers, but not enough to stretch existing resources and require wholesale changes in power distribution and cooling. Meanwhile, data center outages are becoming more frequent and disruptive – and they are mostly caused by power problems, according to a recent study by the Uptime Institute. Let’s take a closer look at these two trends.
 


The Impact of COVID on the Mission Critical Industry

Posted on March 17, 2021 by Neche Veyssal

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed already youthful developments of 5G and IoT infrastructure and took them to their limits.  In this blog, we recap 2021 trends for data center infrastructure.


Riding Out the Pandemic: The Importance of SmartSensors for Remote Management

Posted on March 8, 2021 by Neche Veyssal

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the data center industry’s reliance on remote management.  In this blog, we discuss the role of Raritan SmartSensors while looking back a year.


Will Governments Force the Data Center Industry to Become More Energy Efficient with Green Data Center Laws?

Posted on March 2, 2021 by Neche Veyssal

For the past year, the European Union (EU) has threatened to enact green data center laws including a goal of requiring data centers in Europe to be climate neutral by 2030. But in hopes of preempting government regulations, a group of European data center operators have signed a pact to self-regulate themselves.


KVM Switches & BIOS-Level Access – Part II

Posted on February 24, 2021 by Neche Veyssal

A previous blog discussed the fundamentals of the powerful “BIOS-Level Access” that KVM-over-IP Switches like the Raritan Dominion KX Switches provide. This blog covers more advanced features including: (1) virtual media usage in the BIOS, (2) special KVM features that we have implemented over the years, and (3) BIOS changes that are sometimes necessary to support BIOS usage by KVM switches.


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