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How Advanced PDU’s create enhanced Rack Power Distribution

Advanced PDU

Data-center managers can optimize their essential power distribution through the use of advanced PDUs.   As experts in planning, construction, and maintenance for datacenters, we at Titan Power are very familiar with the utility of advanced power distribution units (PDUs). … Continue reading

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Single- vs. Three-Phase: Which is For You?

Understanding the subtle differences between the various power sources available to you in the data center environment is essential if you hope to be able to maximize the money spent on powering your server racks while still being able to … Continue reading

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Managing Your Unstructured Data

It’s estimated that every year, your unstructured database grows by 40% to 60%. By properly managing all of this “stuff” taking up space on your server, you reduce the risk of confidential data loss and lower your data management costs. … Continue reading

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Caring for Your Center’s Humidification System

Environmental control of the data center environment is a year-long job. Aside from regulating the internal temperatures to offset the heat generated by rows upon rows of server racks, data center managers also have to keep the challenges that seasonal … Continue reading

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Comparing N+1 and Fixed Capacity UPS Systems

Data centers are at the heart of our businesses, powering the technology that we use on a daily basis to conduct transactions, share information, and stay connected. But what happens when the power goes down at the data center due … Continue reading

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Maximizing Surge Protection Safety

Data centers have become an indispensible part of our daily lives, housing and processing the information that keeps businesses, consumers, friends, and family connected around the world. Downtime comes from a wide variety of sources, but one of the most … Continue reading

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Configuring a Backup Power System for a Data Center

Uninterrupted power supply (UPS) and other auxiliary power systems have to be carefully designed in order to provide each data center with the support required for stable, secure, and efficient operation. Just as there are many possible data center configurations … Continue reading

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How Your UPS System Works

Owners and managers of businesses with data centers need to be familiar with the fundamental principles behind these important systems. Understanding the value of backup power supplies allows decision makers to more effectively manage the data storage needs of their … Continue reading

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The Basics of Hot Aisle, Cold Aisle Data Center Configurations

Data storage centers represent a major investment for any organization. This is true in terms of the value of the data to be stored as well as the physical infrastructure itself. Maintaining this investment requires implementing an environmental control system … Continue reading

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Securing Data and Other Information Assets Through a Comprehensive Approach to Protection

Data protection can be a surprisingly complex subject and frequently means very different thing to the people discussing it. To business owners, data protection is important for protecting proprietary information, including sensitive customer information; the costs and benefits of protection … Continue reading

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