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June 29, 2009

Chatsworth recently released the N Series TeraFrame™ Network Cabinet storage solution for the Juniper Networks EX8208 and EX8216 Ethernet switches. The Juniper Networks EX8200 Ethernet switches are high density, high performance modular platforms that provide Gigabit Ethernet network connections for ...

June 24, 2009

Shalini Booluck joined Chatsworth Products in August 2008 as Office Manager - EMEA. She works in the Bourne End office with Lauren Tucker, Ian Cathcart, Sundeep Raina and Ben Parker. Shalini wears several hats. Her responsibilities include serving as a link between the distributors/customers and the CPI Team providing pricing, requesting ...

June 17, 2009

A short video overview of CPI's Cable Pathway Solutions is now available. The video discusses our Cable Runway as well as our new OnTrac™ For additional information you can download our brochure or visit www.chatsworth.com/pathway ...

June 11, 2009

Question: My data center is a limited floor space (1600 sq) and running at 18 kW per cabinet. The cooling experts are indicating that a load of 18 kW would require about 2700 CFM to cool the equipment. They also indicate that max let through on a "Tate" floor tile is 1300 CFM. In this scenario we designed a wider cold aisle to accommodate a (2:1 - 2.5:1) floor tiles to enclosure ratio to meet the CFM required by the equipment.

This scenario leads to the potential of high density exceeding traditional cooling capabilities whether using CPI's Vertical Exhaust Duct or not, if there is not the floor space for additional perf tiles then your equipment cold air demand can potentially exceed the let through ratio. If true, would there be a watt per square foot - line/threshold, based on traditional cooling, raised floor height etc ...

June 09, 2009

The clock is ticking but you still have time to make your plans. We are just 13 days away from the 2009 BICSI European Conference. The event is scheduled for June 22-24 in beautiful Dublin, Ireland at the Citywest Hotel Conference, Leisure & Golf Resort...

June 01, 2009

Question: What floor tile perforation pattern (percentage open) do you recommend in data centers using cabinets with Vertical Exhaust Ducts?

Answer: If your data center uses CPI cabinets with Vertical Exhaust Ducts (VED) such at the F-Series TeraFrame Cabinet or the T-Series SteelFrame Cabinet, it ultimately does not matter where the air comes from or how it gets into the data center. However, since we have not addressed this particular subject before, your question represents an opportunity to talk further on the subject.

We recommend using one style of perforated tile through-out the space. Varying tile styles creates a mind-set for micro-managing the tile deployment, which is completely unnecessary ...

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