Raissa Carey, Technical Writer
The emergence of hyperscale data centers has flipped the coin on the typical supplier/customer relationship. Instead of buying an off-the-shelf, standard solution dictated by the product manufacturer, hyperscalers to a large extent have driven and created their own specifications designed to fit their unique needs. And because of their sizeable presence, the manufacturers and integrators that serve these hyperscalers have followed suit, gradually embracing these new demands and adapting segments of their operations to support them.
Ashish Moondra, CPI Sr. Product Manager Power, Electronics & Software
Within the many layers of cybersecurity, physical security is generally well understood in ICT, but when it comes to executing a simple and effective strategy, there are different opinions of what that strategy should be and how it should be deployed.
Jon Barker, Technical Manager
As technology continues to evolve, so too does the infrastructure that supports it. Jon Barker, Technical Manager, Chatsworth Products (CPI), talks us through the new demands on modern data centres and explains how CPI solutions are helping organisations to meet these requirements.
Mitch Cohen, RCDD, Regional Sales Manager
David Richards, RCDD, NTS, OSP, TECH, CT and CPI's Product Manager of Open Systems
Scott Fulton III, Data Center Knowledge
Raissa Carey, Technical Writer and Public Relations at CPI. Published April 2019 in Mission Critical Magazine
High throughput, low latency, network availability, reliability and security have always been top priorities in data centers, but the recent wave of technological advances—autonomous cars, augmented reality, 5G, and all other connected objects of the Internet of Things (IoT)—are taking those priorities to a new level and bringing new challenges to IT systems administrators and data centers managers. In this article, Raissa Carey provides a simple guide to protecting network equipment in the age of IoT.
Raissa Carey, CPI Technical Writer