Posted by Annie Paquette on August 22, 2014
Server Technology's HDOT (high-density outlet technology) with Alt Phase makes it easy and risk-free for you to migrate to three phase power distribution. These PDUs alternate the phase pairs on a per-outlet basis instead of per branchy basis. In this blog, Servertech talks about some of the major benefits of an HDOT Alternating Phase PDU.
Posted by RJ Tee on March 13, 2015
Many organizations are struggling with the question of whether to outsource their data center infrastructure and operations to a managed colocation center. But as a data center professional, you know that this move would be harmful for your organization. Your goal is to keep your network in-house, under your close supervision. In fact, your job depends on it.
Posted by RJ Tee on July 24, 2015
Server Technology's High Density Outlet (HDOT) PDU is a trendsetter in PDU outlet density. But is the HDOT PDU right for your data center? Are you looking to expand your data center? If so, there’s no need to purchase a larger facility with more floor space. You can achieve better results—meaning greater power usage effectiveness (PUE) and greater energy efficiency—by increasing the density of your cabinets. What does this mean? Essentially, the process involves consolidating a greater number of assets into a smaller space using microservers and virtualization.
Posted by RJ Tee on September 12, 2018
In our previous post HDOT Success Part 2: Lessons Learned, we discussed the success of our HDOT High Density Outlet rack PDU, and how that success is based on listening to our clients and learning how we can help them get ahead of the power distribution challenges of the data center industry. In this blog, we will shift our focus and discuss the answer to the question, what is the next step in the evolution of the most popular intelligent PDU on the market? Server Technology is proud to say that the HDOT is evolving. The market challenges that were emerging when we started still exist today: high density three-phase power that needs to be distributed to the rack by an intelligent power distribution product that is customizable and readily available. Check. But how do you improve on that formula?
Posted by RJ Tee on March 11, 2015
You are tasked with streamlining an increasing amount of power to your individual racks, while also keeping factors like costs and safety in mind. Making matters more complicated, these demands will be increasing significantly over the next few years due in large part to the Internet of Things. As your business continues to add connected devices, and as it places a greater reliance on its core infrastructure, the threat of downtime will spike considerably.