Posts Tagged ‘load-shedding’

Take Control of Power Reboot Functions at Remote Network Equipment Sites

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

If you want to minimize downtime at remote network equipment cabinets and off-site data centers, one of the most important steps you can take is to implement a remote power control solution that allows network administrators to initiate power and reboot switching functions at the remote site. Without a secure, effective remote power control solution at the off-site data center, network administrators are basically left with no alternative for dealing with unresponsive devices at the remote site, other than expensive, time consuming service calls to the remote site, merely to reboot network elements in order to get them up and running again.


Picking the Right Remote Power Control Switch Product for Your Application

Friday, July 15th, 2011

A remote control power switch installed at an offsite data center or remote equipment rack can provide network administrators with a handy assortment of power control and power management capabilities that simplify the task of managing remote network elements and keeping track of conditions at remote network equipment sites. Although the most common use for a remote control power switch is to reboot unresponsive devices, a full-featured remote control power switch can also perform a number of other handy functions, such as scheduling power up and power down times for remote devices, performing power load-shedding and recovery during peak power consumption times and tracking rack temperature and current consumption.