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The Basics of Selecting Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products

As an integral component of a data center or remote site power chain, the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) essentially provides clean power when AC power is present and provides backup power in the event of a power outage.

Typically, a UPS will help customers ride through a few minutes of outage, until a generator comes on or until equipment can be gracefully shutdown, which is when a computer is turned off by a software function and the operating system (OS) is allowed to perform its tasks of safely shutting down processes and closing connections, and is the opposite of a hard shutdown, when the computer is forcibly shut down by interruption of power
The Basics of Selecting Rack-Mount Power Distribution Units for Remote Monitoring Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products

Almost every Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment rack used to store compute, storage or network equipment requires a rack-mount Power Distribution Unit (PDU) or power strip to distribute power to equipment. But, if you are unfamiliar with electrical power distribution systems or even the differences in industry jargon, selecting a PDU— especially those that offer remote monitoring capabilities—can be challenging.
Six Steps for Deploying an Efficient Ecosystem Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products

In the data center, a power and cabinet ecosystem is the integration of hardware (the cabinet and anything inside or connected to the cabinet) and any software that specifically supports or enhances the hardware’s functionality. When this combined infrastructure is provided by a single manufacturer, the ecosystem thrives, allowing you to make more informed decisions, more quickly on the path to achieving total data center optimization.

With so much upside, the following six steps will get you started on that path today and help ensure long-term ROI for the future.
Top Three Considerations for Selecting the Right 5G Wireless Enclosure Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products

The first generation of 5G wireless networks have arrived. But is your network infrastructure truly ready for the innovative speed, low latency and dynamic provisioning capabilities these new networks are expected to deliver? Now’s not the time to waffle, especially as increased subscriber demands via new services trend across mobile, residential and business markets.
Top Three Considerations for Selecting the Right 5G Wireless Enclosure Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products

The first generation of 5G wireless networks have arrived. But is your network infrastructure truly ready for the innovative speed, low latency and dynamic provisioning capabilities these new networks are expected to deliver? Now’s not the time to waffle, especially as increased subscriber demands via new services trend across mobile, residential and business markets.
The Do's and Don'ts of Deploying Networking for Healthcare Facilities Image

Tech Tip by Oberon - A Division of Chatsworth Products

As healthcare facilities increasingly turn to the latest life-saving technologies to ensure their number one objective—treating and protecting patients—it’s become increasingly important for those same facilities to ensure 24/7 network connectivity.

While a robust wireless infrastructure plays a critical role in ensuring life-saving technologies, it’s also now being called upon to meet the rising demand for data from medical staff, patients, and visitors, all the while ensuring the physical well-being of more vulnerable patients.
How to Ensure Your Wireless Network Infrastructure is Wi-Fi 6/6E Ready Image

Tech Tip by Oberon - A Division of Chatsworth Products

As the use of wireless devices in today’s hyperconnected world continues to skyrocket, the FCC’s recent move to
release 1,200 MHz (1.2 GHz) of spectrum for unlicensed use in the 6 GHz band greatly extended the amount of
available bandwidth for Wi-Fi and other unlicensed technologies.

For industries and consumers alike, this next step in wireless network evolution not only accelerates the growth
of the Internet of Things (IoT), but it also promises less interference and lower latency, which ultimately means
higher performance and faster speeds.
The Basics of Selecting a Rack System Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products

When it comes to organizing and setting up equipment in a computer room or data center, it is important to make the best use of the space available. For this reason, open frame server racks are a great solution to help stay organized in a cost-effective manner.
The Basics of Selecting Cable Management Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products

Because cabling is the backbone of any network, a large part of the equation is the level of network performance offered by the cable management structure you select. This is especially true when you consider that cable management can enable—or just as easily inhibit (if not done right)— everything from the signal integrity of a single cable to the overall performance of a large data center.
Three Basic Considerations That Ensure Hyperscale Success Image

Tech Tip by Chatsworth Products


With the demands for a remotely connected life firmly taking root, the rapidly growing hyperscale segment has become a category—and necessity—all its own.

Hyperscale operations have evolved considerably during the past decade. To better support a growing number of customers and customer data, hyperscale companies—mainly in the e-commerce, cloud services and social media markets—have recognized the need to be agile, flexible and scalable.
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