sponsored by HP and Intel
Posted:  24 Jun 2011
Published:  24 Jun 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

The loss of data center power, even for a few moments, can be critical to any organization. With all the factors that go into data center design and the level of redundancy, power failures often get overlooked. Access this essential e-guide from our editors to learn why it is important to design your data center with power in mind to prevent capacity issues from happening. Also, gain insight into the reasons for outages and ways to mitigate the risks of potential power path issues, including:

  • The power path: Cost vs. acceptable risk
  • Improving availability: N+1 power path
  • Common failure points: Rack power strip and branch circuit breakers
  • And more





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