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How to Get the Strength and Stability of a Cabinet in an Open Architecture Solution

November 01, 2013


Velocity Cable ManagersMany enterprises opt for an open architecture infrastructure as a way to drive down costs and make moves, adds and changes to equipment and cabling easy.

But as newer technologies emerge, IT leaders must ensure their open architecture actually drives down costs and promotes optimum performance and adaptability.

Chatsworth Products’ (CPI) open architecture solutions provide all the cable and equipment support necessary for today’s evolving IT landscape.

From a wire mesh cable tray that offers a dramatic 400% increase in surface area over standard basket trays and reduces cable strain by 65%, to a Two-Post Standard Rack that features unmatched sturdiness and durability, to a cable management system that is easy to ship, store and assemble, CPI’s pioneering open architecture products remain popular around the globe. 

And to really save time and money, CPI offers The Velocity™ Standard Pack, which combines our industry-leading Two-Post Standard Rack with Velocity Cable Management and Installation hardware in one convenient package. 

The Velocity Standard Pack combines the strength and stability of a cabinet in an open architecture that will adapt seamlessly with your evolving equipment and cabling systems. Download a complete Open Architecture Solutions Guide, which includes more details on the Velocity Standard Pack here.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist

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