Title: Content Marketing Specialist
Bio: I make pretty things that convert people to do stuff.
Posted by RJ Tee on April 11, 2019
In our previous post on the smart city, and as explained in Marc Cram’s latest whitepaper, ‘Smart Cities Run on Smart Power,’ we identify the contributing factors in the development of smart city technology. It is the advent of the microprocessors and microchips that collect the massive quantity of intelligence ...
- Industry Trends and Solutions
Posted by RJ Tee on February 23, 2016
Ensuring your data center is fully optimized so that it can remain cost- and energy-efficient as well as highly secure, is important for any industry. For the government, however, meeting these objectives is absolutely mandatory as the sensitive data at stake is critical to national and local security, and the costs of mismanagement directly affects taxpayers.
Posted by RJ Tee on March 21, 2019
In support of the new Server Technology 3-Phase power video, we offer this blog as a critic’s review of the latest installment from Server Tech Theater. Grab some popcorn and have a seat.
- Power Distribution and Monitoring
Posted by RJ Tee on July 21, 2015
The most important issue you’ll want to address first is the lack of communication that exists between you and the C-suite. Part of the reason your boss is upset is because he or she is paying a lot of money without really understanding why.
- Industry Trends and Solutions
Posted by RJ Tee on February 20, 2015
In case you are a frequent visitor or at least have visited our website before, you have probably noticed some significant changes to the look and feel of Support and Downloads. Our Team in support, was becoming increasingly fatigued of how things were looking as well as the difficulty finding documents and other pertinent items. To address this, we decided to update some pages to hopefully make navigating the site a bit easier and give it an overdue refresher. The Support and Downloads updates are an ongoing process, so please excuse our dust for the time being. Stay tuned and we hope you enjoy the refreshed look and feel.
- Server Technology
Posted by RJ Tee on December 08, 2015
Today, you may be feeling as if you’re skating like a professional, gliding across the ice without so much a care in the world. After all, your data center is efficient (enough) and you aren’t too far over budget. So what could possibly go wrong? The truth is that all it takes is one major power outage for things to quickly go south. Just look at what happened to the Telecity Group as an example of what can happen if you’re not vigilant. The company recently experienced two back-to-back power outages, which disrupted operations for its many customers that use the London Internet Exchange and accompanying AWS Direct Connect service. The scale of this outage was immense and it negatively impacted the company’s uptime, as you can easily imagine.
Posted by RJ Tee on October 20, 2017
As they say in Game of Thrones, winter is coming. And while you may not have to worry about ice zombies invading your data center, if you are located in the north may have some tough power-related challenges to face when the temperature plummets.
Posted by RJ Tee on January 28, 2016
The Super Bowl continues to be one of the most watched television events in history, year after year. In fact, last year’s game where the New England Patriots took on the Seattle Seahawks became the No. 1 most watched televised event ever with an astounding 114.4 million viewers. And while you might be thinking about the outrageous strain on bandwidth—and thereby power consumption—required to broadcast this live event to televisions across the nation, the Super Bowl is actually one of the most energy efficient live broadcasted events.
Posted by RJ Tee on November 06, 2017
As I was sitting around the other day and casting about a topic for this blog post, my colleagues jokingly suggested that we talk about this trend of putting an ‘i’ in front of everything. You know, how an intelligent PDU can be called iPDU or even IP-PDU, the now-normal branding standard of our modern age, the world of iEverything. The ‘i’ in the first iMac stood for the Internet, not necessarily intelligent. At the time, the idea of an internet-based personal computer was quite revolutionary. The ‘i’ moniker also brings to mind another intelligent ’i’ product, introduced by German sports car company BMW and infamously known as the Drive. While it originally stood for intelligent, the ‘i’ quickly became known to stand for ‘infuriating.’