Power Distribution and Monitoring
Posted by Isaiah LaJoie on November 23, 2020
A new white paper from Server Technology provides details for deploying 415V in mission-critical facilities. This article provides a recap of the key elements of 415V implementations and cost savings.
Posted by Isaiah LaJoie on March 26, 2020
When we talk about airflow, what we really mean is how to keep it cool. This blog addresses keeping your cool in the data center by using strategically placed metered power strips.
Posted by Isaiah LaJoie on March 24, 2020
Just like finding balance in life is important, so too is its importance for data center electrical loads. This blog from Server Technology addresses the importance of balance via three-phase PDU(s).
Posted by Annie Paquette on October 09, 2019
While often forgotten in the mission-critical world, Thomas Edison’s DC power is the mainstay in many applications. This blog is about the benefits of -48VDC PDUs.
Posted by Annie Paquette on October 04, 2019
Throughout the history of the telecommunications industry, -48VDC has been the mainstay. In this blog, Servertech discusses -48VDC historically, and in new 5G networks.
Posted by Annie Paquette on June 03, 2019
Server Technology’s 2019 re-release of the “The Power of Hyperscale Computing” addresses the role of data center environmental monitoring in hyperscale data centers. This blog explores this critical component of hyperscale computing.
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.
Posted by Josh Schaap on August 10, 2015
We are concerned about you and your data center. Your hair is turning grey from the stress of having to manage your facility. You spend long hours toiling in your data center, balancing circuits, performing system maintenance and trying to identify the root cause of system errors.
- data center power
Posted by RJ Tee on October 26, 2017
The voltage in a DC supply unit (such as a fuel cell), by comparison, cannot be changed unless the power supply is altered or turned off, such as with a high-voltage direct current (HVDC) system. DC is, therefore, less efficient and affordable to transmit than AC power, but it can be accomplished.
Posted by RJ Tee on April 16, 2015
On April 6, the unthinkable happened in Washington, D.C.: The lights went dark in the White House when a local power transmission line failed and sent a cascading power failure across our nation’s capital. Fortunately, the White House’s backup power generator kicked in almost immediately, which was able to restore power. However, several federal buildings and surrounding academic institutions were left without electricity for several hours following the event.