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Luca Rozzoni, CPI Senior Product Manager for Europe . Featured in September 2018 edition of Inside Networks.

Investing in tools that can provide the ability to analyze the thermal and environmental performance of the infrastructure is critical in making the right decisions at the design stage regarding the building of the rack infrastructure.

 Considerations for Storing and Securing Emerging Technologies Outside the Telecommunications Room Image

Duke Robertson, CPI Product Manager of Open Systems. Featured in May/June 2018 edition of ICT Today Magazine.

Network densification is a key capability to enable increased network capacity and reliability, and the need for multiple access point architectures and Wi-Fi configurations is requiring some infrastructure to move outside the traditional telecommunications room. Thus, infrastructure must evolve along with these new technologies to meet the demands for data storage, transmission speed and computing power.
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Raissa Carey, Technical Writer, Chatsworth Products, Inc. Printed in Mission Critical Magazine, November 2017

For the first time since the early 2000s, a new colocation data center is planned for San Francisco. Given the space and power constraints in the city, it is unlikely there will be another one in the next 10 years. How can architects and designers guarantee they are specifying the right infrastructure elements, while making the best use of valuable real estate space?
Understanding How Cabinet Door Perforation Impacts Airflow Image

Travis North, Thermal Design Manager, Chatsworth Products, Inc. Printed in BICSI News, September/October 2011

There's long been a debate that the higher you climb in cabinet door perforation percentage, the better your airflow, and in turn, the better your ability to support high-density heat loads (30 kW and beyond). This has helped push the envelope toward 80 percent perforation in some cabinet models. But, is it true? Does a higher cabinet perforation of 80 percent really optimize airflow that much better than a closer-to-standard 64 percent cabinet door? Read on to find out. 
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