Jun 02
2014

Technology is something that is constantly in flux, and the data center industry is no different. As you’re considering what type of server cabinets will work best with your new data center design, you should also plan your design around upcoming trends so that you’ll have an easier time of implementing those trends and helping […]

Laura Viars
Read More By Laura Viars
Account Manager, Rackmount Solutions
POSTED IN Data Centers
May 12
2014

Recently we’ve covered how to choose a 4-Post Server Rackand even how to assemble the Rackmount Solutions Cruxial Series Open Frame 4-Post Server Rack, but today we’re explaining why choosing a 4-Post Server Rack is right for you. There are dozens of reasons these simple looking server racks make for the best fit in your […]

Laura Viars
Read More By Laura Viars
Account Manager, Rackmount Solutions
Apr 21
2014

Below is a snapshot of commonly used terms when discussing Server Racks, Server Cabinets, and Wall mounts.   Cage Nut: Cage nuts are used on a server rack with square mounting holes. This useful hardware allows you to change threads intermittently while never incurring stripped tapped holes on your server rack. Cage nuts come in […]

Mar 17
2014

When selecting a power strip for your server rack, it’s best to take a little extra time to consider the circuit requirements for your equipment and the type of receptacle you may need. In large orders it’s a common oversight to purchase a 15 Amp power strip as opposed to the necessary 20 Amp. ) […]

Laura Viars
Read More By Laura Viars
Account Manager, Rackmount Solutions
Feb 24
2014

If a data center manager hasn’t evaluated the overall data center efficiency, where should he begin? The first place to look when finding ways to make your data center more efficient is at the most common culprit – Cooling. More often than not, improvements can be made to better direct airflow and eliminate bypass air, which […]

Laura Viars
Read More By Laura Viars
Account Manager, Rackmount Solutions