The Raritan Blog

Mobile App For Your KX IV-101

Jessica Ciesla
October 15, 2019

Raritan’s new KVM app was developed to help customers easily install and configure the Dominion KX IV – 101.  Thanks to the newly released KVM Mobile App, installations and configurations are now even easier to complete. This innovative tool not only increases efficiencies, but also helps customers more effectively control, secure, and manage multiple locations.


Virtual Power Button on the KX IV-101

Jessica Ciesla
August 27, 2019

The Dominion KX IV-101 is the ideal solution for lab and IT managers looking to increase remote management and control capabilities, while simultaneously retaining flexibility, agility, and security best practices. It is the perfect solution for labs, control rooms and demanding broadcast applications. The single-port device now features a unique "Virtual Power Button" that can be used by authorized users to remotely power on / off computers without turning to a switched PDU.


Power Capacity Planning With Intelligent PDUs

Jessica Ciesla
June 27, 2019

In recent years, energy costs have more than doubled for some data centers. As energy costs have risen, so to have the demands for power increased. The combination of rising energy costs and power consumption needs has led to new demands for more efficient power capacity planning. In fact, power capacity planning just might be one of the most important tasks that data center managers will tackle this year. 


The Advantages Of High Power PDUs

Jessica Ciesla
May 30, 2019

A Power Distribution Unit (PDU) at its most basic level is a device that is fitted with multiple outlets. However, an intelligent and high power PDU is far more effective than a basic PDU. In fact, a high power PDU is not only capable of providing specific levels of electric power to storage devices, servers, and networking equipment, but it can deliver effective and long-lasting advantages to data centers throughout the world. 


Understanding Your Rack Power Metering

Jessica Ciesla
April 18, 2019

With each passing year data center power infrastructures become more complex. In fact, data is expected to reach an unprecedented 163 zettabytes by 2025, which means that data center operators must figure out how to a) support the additional data, b) reduce costs, c) increase efficiencies, and d) remain energy efficient. Fortunately, data center operators can address the latter challenges with the help of the advanced power metering and data management technologies found in Intelligent PDUs.


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