Power Distribution and Monitoring
September 27, 2021
In this blog from Server Technology, we address the new ways that academic researchers have to learn how to support their supercomputing applications.
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.
- Rack Mount PDU
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
March 04, 2019
In Server Technology’s new video, “Take a New Look at 3-Phase Power Distribution,” the newly organized Server Tech Theater tackles the subject of 3-phase PDU power distribution to the rack and, more specifically, where and when you should and should not reach for an alternating phase rack mount PDU.
January 31, 2019
In our previous post , we started a conversation about the topic of DC power distribution and 48v DC power in the data center. The struggle to improve efficiency within computing facilities began long before the chipset had been invented, back in the ‘war of the currents’ in the 1880s. ...