Soundproof Server Rack

Loud fans and servers? Rackmount Solutions can solve this problem with our Soundproof / Quiet Server Racks. Take those loud fans and make them nothing more than a whisper. Up to -30 dB(a) of noise reduction. The following articles help explain the benefits and cost savings of choosing a soundproof / quiet server rack.

Sound Reducing UCoustic Cabinets

Reduce Sound in Your Data Space: UCoustic Cabinets Bring Server Noise to a Whisper Nothing is worse than hearing the whirring of equipment while you’re trying to focus on something. The constant buzz of machines is enough to surely drive someone crazy. Soundproof server racks are a great solution to this irritating problem. And UCoustic Cabinets …

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Front Office Server Rack Solutions

ENVIRONMENT & CHALLENGES When planning your layout for IT/Networking equipment in an open space or front office not only do you need to consider your employees, but any customers, clients, and through traffic as well. Common challenges include rack-security, excessive noise production, thermal airflow management, aesthetics, and location based on a limited footprint. Without a …

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Quiet Micro Data Center

As more businesses push applications to the cloud the necessity for a full data center or IT closet is slowly declining. With this change comes an increase in what are being called Micro Data Centers or Edge Computing Racks. Smaller applications running more often in plain site, but with a need for both aesthetic appeal and …

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How to Reduce Noise in the Data Center

Are you getting complaints about noise from your server racks and equipment? While some consider the noise a necessary evil, you can certainly take multiple steps to reduce and even eliminate noise from your data room. Servers, UPS’ and cooling equipment all join together to create a symphony of humming, which in many cases can …

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