Posts Tagged ‘dual power inlets’

WTI Releases Dual Ethernet Console Servers

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Irvine, Ca, April 11, 2013 – WTI, an industry leader in the field of Out of Band Console Management, is proud to announce the release of a new line of Dual Ethernet Port Console Servers for Out-of-Band Remote Console Management. In addition to providing remote access to serial console ports on connected devices, the new TSM models also include dual Ethernet ports in order to allow connection to both a primary network and a secondary fallback network, plus dual power inlets to ensure that the unit is always powered up and ready to go when it’s needed the most.

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The Transfer Switch – A Simple Way to Provide Power Redundancy for Single Inlet Network Devices

Friday, June 24th, 2011

These days, it’s pretty difficult to think of a type of business that doesn’t rely on network technology or internet access to one degree or another. Given the importance of network communication in the modern office, it’s easy to see why it has become absolutely vital that the corporate network is always up and running and available to users, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. In order to ensure the reliability and availability of the corporate network, many network administrators rely on power redundancy and automatic power fallback capabilities to prevent power outages and power supply instability from disrupting network communication.

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A Serial Console Server with Power Redundancy Provides Out of Band Access When You Need It the Most

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

In out of band management applications, a serial console server (http://www.wti.com/c-48-serial-console-servers.aspx) provides a crucial avenue for communication with remote network elements when the main network is not available. Considering the importance of this function, one can quickly see how vital the serial console server can be, especially during a network emergency, even when that emergency is caused by a power supply problem at a remote network equipment site. When power supply problems bring down network devices at remote network equipment installation sites, a serial console server that includes dual power inlets and power fallback capabilities can often turn out to be a lifesaver.

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A Serial Console Server with Power Fallback Capabilities Improves Out of Band Management

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

In an out of band management application, a serial console server (http://www.wti.com/c-48-serial-console-servers.aspx) performs an extremely critical function; serial console severs provide out of band access to console port command functions on remote network elements. Given the importance of this function, it’s mandatory that the serial console server is up, running and ready to use when you need it. With this in mind, it’s absolutely vital to choose a serial console server that provides dual power inlets and power fallback capabilities in order to ensure that a minor power outage will not deprive administrators of out of band access to crucial network elements in the event of a network outage.

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Power Fallback – A Vital Capability for Remote Console Servers in Mission Critical Applications

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Most network administrators who are responsible for the management remote network equipment sites are already familiar with the value and convenience of a remote console server. Considering the importance of the out of band management capabilities that are provided by a remote console server, it makes perfect sense to ensure that the remote console server is always ready to use when it’s needed the most. One way to improve the reliability of an out of band management solution, is to make certain to choose a remote console server unit that includes dual power inlets and power fallback capabilities.

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A Remote Console Server with Dual Power Inlets and Power Fallback Capabilities

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Most network administrators are well aware of the value of a remote console server; remote console servers provide quick, reliable out of band access to console port command functions on remote network elements, even when the main network is down. Given the importance of a remote console server in out of band management applications, it makes sense to take steps to ensure that the remote console server is always available when it’s needed. That’s why WTI’s TSM-24 and TSM-40 series Remote Console Server units are available with a dual power input configuration, with automatic fallback capability.

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