Posted on January 3, 2009 by Minder Singh
Raritan’s IT Infrastructure Access and Control solution features one of today’s most comprehensive and secure product lines.
Today, your needs are as varied as the technologies you manage. Your data center access and management solution must be secure, cost effective and versatile. You need flexibility and ease-of-use, along with maximum responsiveness, efficiency and operations uptime. And you need a broad range of features to meet today’s management demands.
In short, you need Raritan’s IT Infrastructure Access and Control solution. It allows virtually any device that has a KVM or serial connection, or embedded technologies such as Dell® DRAC, HP® iLO and IBM® RSA, to be managed remotely down to the BIOS level for total control. And it enables you to work flawlessly with your stand-alone, blade and virtual servers, and serial-controlled network devices.
Because security is always a primary concern, our KVM and remote access management solution also provides you with many advanced technologies that go well beyond simple login ID and passwords. We’ve built LDAP, RADIUS and Active Directory® integration, FIPS 140-2–certified encryption and smart card/CAC support into many of our products, giving you secure access from anywhere in the world.
Posted on October 9, 2008 by Henry Hsu
While Google has typically closely-guarded details regarding their datacenters as a competitive advantage, the company recently disclosed a weighted-average PUE of 1.21. This is nothing short of astounding; one datacenter even posted a quarterly average PUE of 1.13! Google shares some of ways they achieve such efficiency here, albeit at a very high-level.
Recently, Raritan used our own datacenter tools to determine our corporate PUE, and were very proud to have achieved a PUE of 1.6—which is below today’s average. However, we have quite a ways to go before catching up to Google. Our efforts to date have been chronicled in our whitepapers.
If you are unfamiliar with the PUE metric, Google does a pretty good job of explaining it—although The Green Grid is still considered the canonical source: learn about PUE in their Power Efficiency Metrics whitepaper.
To learn how Raritan can improve your data center PUE, click here.
Your data center PUE could benefit from Raritan’s Power Management solutions.