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December 21, 2017

The process of managing white space begins with a focus on the data center cabinet. Primarily because a cabinet’s purpose is to hold and stack equipment vertically.  There are two main considerations: cabinet footprint and cabinet load bearing capacity. Find out more in today's post.

December 19, 2017

As networks expand into nontraditional spaces or harsh environments, IT professionals are being challenged to ensure sensitive equipment is properly protected. A new white paper by CPI offers guidance for selecting industrial enclosures, understanding protection ratings and considerations for accessories.

December 14, 2017

With the increasing focus on colos and consolidation, data center migrations are more prevalent than ever. Yet every data center manager knows that these moves require careful planning and efficient execution. View Sunbird's infographic to discover tips and tricks to help win at data center moves.

December 08, 2017

Even data center personnel with the best of intentions can bring the network down by inadvertently plugging equipment into an unused outlet. There may be a simple fix. Consider CPI's Switched eConnect® PDU.

December 07, 2017

If you're evaluating new cabinet level security systems, and are looking to reduce deployment time and costs, check out our fingerprint-activated biometric access card. It's fully compatible and works seamlessly with most existing employee ID systems. No upgrades needed.

December 05, 2017

When it comes to building in a seismically active city, there are unique architectural and engineering challenges. Review key considerations regarding the selection of infrastructure elements, the management of space, building code compliance, and reducing costs in the face of adversity.
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