May 23
2016
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Are you looking to cool a server rack filled with blazing hot servers? Rackmount Solutions provides a unique answer in a custom sized and designed Air Conditioned Server cabinets. Rather than purchasing a “one size fits all” mistake, we dive deeper into your space to get an understanding of exactly how many BTU and U-Space […]

Jun 03
2013
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Summer is almost here, and as things get hotter outside, they’re getting hotter for the servers, switches, and routers that don’t reside within a climate controlled, dust-free data center environment. The heat and dust are slowly eating away at the electronics, making a component failure more and more likely, and a system outage almost inevitable.

David Dowdy
Read More By David Dowdy
Account Manager, Rackmount Solutions
Oct 01
2012

Having all of the proper cooling equipment is a critical aspect of fully outfitting your data center. You can lessen the chances that you will have to take the heat of equipment damage — or worse — when you keep everything cool with Rackmount Solutions’ full line of fans and related equipment.

Susan Wynne
Read More By Susan Wynne
Account Manager Rackmount Solutions
Aug 31
2012

Not all changes to your cooling approach will require massive adjustments or expensive purchases. The first step is to ensure proper air circulation within the cabinets, making sure that you have filler panels covering any open spaces within the cabinets and distributing your equipment within the cabinets to minimize hot spots.

Laura Viars
Read More By Laura Viars
Account Manager, Rackmount Solutions
Mar 01
2012

Electronics are a lot like ice cream in that the good brands are always overpriced, they both usually contain a less than desirable ingredient (Nuts? Noisy fans? Gross.), and how much time you spend in front of them oftentimes correlates directly to the circumference of your waist. More importantly though, much alike ice cream, high-density electronics such as servers and storage devices need to be kept at very cool temperatures in order to still function properly. There are wrong ways of doing this…

Susan Wynne
Read More By Susan Wynne
Account Manager Rackmount Solutions