Posted on October 21, 2014
ORLANDO, FL (October 20, 2014) - Raritan, a leading provider of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) and rack power distribution solutions, today introduced its next-generation intelligent rack PDU (iPDU) - the PX3 - with energy-saving features and other enhancements to help data centers measure and monitor energy, cooling and overall health. The announcement was made at the AFCOM Data Center World conference.
Posted on February 7, 2014
“In the past, expensive and inflexible systems were the only solutions available for applications that require remote viewing of HD video and audio. You had to go to the equipment in order to access it,” said Richard Dominach, Senior Product Manager at Raritan. “The KX III uniquely provides remote IP access to both general server administration and dynamic applications that use video and audio. As a result, productivity improves.”
Posted on October 31, 2013
“Our customers, especially those with data centers using high-density server racks, were asking for color PDUs because it was becoming difficult for them to see how their entire power chain fits together,” said David Wood, Raritan’s Director of Power Management Solutions. “Color provides a quick and simple visual identification. A color-coded system, for example, can help to quickly identify a PDU’s function and power path while dramatically simplifying troubleshooting.”
Posted on December 20, 2012
“IEC 62368-1 overturned the traditional safety specification thinking of setting or modifying standards after an accident has occurred, and redefined the safety design principle of information and multimedia products. UL has fully participated in the development of IEC 62368-1 for a very long time, and has actively helped many companies to understand the transformation that will be brought by the new standards. Raritan, as an innovator in the data center space for almost three decades, has a wealth of experience in creating new technologies and has had a front-row seat to witness the incredible transformation of data centers and the convergence of all types of technologies. We congratulate Raritan for becoming the first data center rack power product to pass UL certification and receive the certificate,” said Ralph Tang, General Manager of UL Taiwan.
Posted on December 3, 2012
“Our new Wi-Fi solution is designed to provide more flexibility and ease in deploying energy-monitoring iPDUs and sensors in racks, so that data centers can take advantage of DCIM capabilities to optimize data center performance,” said David Wood, Director - Power Business Unit, Raritan. “An instrumented data center delivers detailed performance, utilization and energy consumption information—as well as clear visibility to all data center assets along with their connectivity and system status. As a result, managers can be more efficient in their use of energy, space, equipment and human resources.”