Posts Tagged ‘zero unit’

Minimize Downtime in Cloud Hosting Facilities

Friday, August 15th, 2014

In cloud hosting facilities, an effective power redundancy solution provides helps to ensure that user access to data, services and tools cannot be interrupted by an unexpected power outage. Although power redundancy is a relatively simple proposition in applications where only dual power inlet devices are present, in the real world, cloud hosting facilities often include a smattering of single inlet devices such as cooling systems, older application servers and aging distribution switches that do not include built-in power redundancy capabilities.


Power Redundancy for Single Power Inlet Devices in Web Hosting Facilities

Monday, August 11th, 2014

The presence of older, single power inlet devices in Web Hosting infrastructure can present a bit of a conundrum for administrators who are charged with the responsibility of implementing a power redundancy solution. Although the most obvious answer to this problem is to replace those existing single power inlet devices with new dual inlet devices, the cost of new replacement devices often proves to be too much of a strain on one’s budget. Fortunately, WTI’s PTS-14CM20-V Series Vertical Format Power Transfer Switches make it simple to add power redundancy without replacing racks full of existing single power inlet devices.


A Space-Saving Power Redundancy Solution for Data Center Applications

Friday, August 8th, 2014

In over-crowded data center equipment racks, sometimes there’s just not enough room for a traditional, horizontal format, rack-mount automatic power transfer switch. In cases like this, a vertical format power transfer switch can allow network administrators to implement a viable power redundancy solution without the need to juggle around existing rack elements or even remove a rarely used device from the rack. Unlike traditional horizontal format ATS units, a vertical format power transfer switch easily mounts to a rack post or rack pocket, providing effective power redundancy without the need to sacrifice valuable rack space.