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Preparing for the Edge? Your Telecom Room Needs a Makeover Image

David Richards, CPI Product Manager, Open Systems. Published August 2019.

More sophisticated than ever, telecommunications rooms are venturing into new locations and may need a makeover.
Preparing for an IoT World Image

Raissa Carey, Technical Writer and Public Relations at CPI. Published April 2019 in Mission Critical Magazine

High throughput, low latency, network availability, reliability and security have always been top priorities in data centers, but the recent wave of technological advances—autonomous cars, augmented reality, 5G, and all other connected objects of the Internet of Things (IoT)—are taking those priorities to a new level and bringing new challenges to IT systems administrators and data centers managers. In this article, Raissa Carey provides a simple guide to protecting network equipment in the age of IoT.

Will Lack of Three-Phase Power Blunt the Telco Edge? Image

Scott Fulton III, Data Center Knowledge. Published April 2019 on Data Center Knowledge

Edge computing architects told us telco base stations are perfect for distributed compute, but can we please borrow an extension cord?
Data Centre Power, Cooling and Security: A Look Ahead Image

By Luca Rozzoni, Senior Product Manager for Europe, Chatsworth Products, Inc., Digitalisation World, December 2018

Computing at the edge is blurring the boundaries of the traditional data center. As the network spreads, such critical factors as power management, cooling and physical security are taking on expanded roles – and even greater importance – in network operations. As we look to 2019 and beyond, we forecast a more a holistic approach to data center operations, in which infrastructure, hardware and software are addressed as a unified system.
 Intelligent PDUs Help K-12 Schools Integrate New Technology Solutions Image

By Doug Cofer, Technology Director for Oak Ridge Schools, EdTech Magazine, November 2018

For K–12 schools interested in integrating state-of-the-art education technology, IT teams would do well to first invest in power distribution units. These solutions will help handle the load of any new technology in the school, whether adding new whiteboards or executing an entire digital overhaul.
Wherever cabling goes, grounding and bonding requirements follow Image

Patrick McLaughlin, Chief Editor, Cabling Installation & Maintenance (CI&M) Magazine, October 2018

With cabling being deployed in industrial plants and other edge environments, grounding and bonding equipment remain necessities. CPI Product Manager, Sam Rodriquez, provides insight into cabling methods and requirements.
Coming in from the Cold Image

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.

Like Data Center Environments, Cooling Approaches Run the Gamut Image

Patrick McLaughlin, Chief Editor, Cabling Installation & Maintenance (CI&M) Magazine, September 2018

From Google’s high-profile liquid cooling approach to techniques employed at the edge, the options for keeping facilities climate-controlled vary.
Go with the Flow Image

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

The data center market continues to grow and more demands are being placed upon facilities to increase energy efficiency and better manage operating costs. However, with the average head load per cabinet rising steadily and cooling already being one of the largest consumers of energy in a data center, the task is clearly not an easy one.
 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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