About Us

Latest Raritan News

Raritan Expands High-Voltage Intelligent Rack PDUs to Meet Power Density Requirements of Cloud Computing and Data Center Containers

Posted on June 19, 2012

“Our intelligent power distribution approach combined with our large portfolio of high-voltage iPDUs, provide an easy and safe way to distribute high power to racks, while lowering energy consumption and TCO,” says Herman Chan, Raritan Vice President of Product Management.  “We’ve expanded our iPDU portfolio to offer configurations up to 44kW, supporting the high-power requirements of high-density blade racks and data center-class network switches.  Our intelligent platform enables reliable power delivery and smart monitoring of power, energy, temperature, humidity, airflow, and pressure—all with an easy to use web interface.”

Read More


Raritan's Enterprise KVM-over-IP Switch is First to Support Multiple Analog and Digital Video Interface Standards in a Single Switch

Posted on June 12, 2012

“Our customers now have the flexibility of managing from one console all their servers and devices, whether they have DVI, HDMI or DisplayPort video interfaces; and, without the expense or encumbrance of digital-to-analog adapters,” said Richard Dominach, Senior Product Manager at Raritan.  “The enterprise-class Dominion KX II continues to set the bar high for simplifying the management of heterogeneous IT infrastructures and in protecting equipment investments.”

Read More


Raritan enhances its leadership position in DCIM with dcTrack 2.6

Posted on February 7, 2012

dcTrack’s new modern, easy-to-use web interface for Connectivity Management visualizes power and data network circuits – two key data center infrastructure components.  Circuits are shown end-to-end with all the intermediate nodes, providing detailed information about each node or connection point.  dcTrack’s intuitive circuit builder has the flexibility to model any data network topology going through any number of patch panels without violating connectivity standards.  It also allows the user to model the power path from the data center’s uninterruptable power supply (UPS) going through the power distribution units (PDUs), circuit breakers, rack PDUs, and down to the load – the servers and switches – without allowing power capacities to be exceeded at any node.

Read More


Page 5 of 5 pages ‹ First  < 3 4 5