DEFINITION: The Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) battery is a rechargeable power source that is increasingly used in portable computers and other devices. The most advanced rechargeable battery offered, the Ni-MH battery provides up to 40 percent longer service life than Nickel-Cadmium batteries as well as greater charge capacity. Ni-MH batteries are also used in cellular phones and camcorders.
Tune into the following video to uncover a data center power system that can scale on demand quickly and efficiently. Access now and learn how you can use this technology to meet power requirements anywhere from 150kW to 3MW in a single unit, and up to 24MW in parallel.
Learn about Trusted Computing in today’s enterprise with this executive briefing on two different forms of embedded hardware security: the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and self-encrypting drive (SED). Designed by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) to counter the vulnerabilities of software-based security, and so much more.
In this brief on-demand webcast, you will examine the difference between VA and watts, and what this difference means in terms of data center power management. Tune in now to discover why this distinction is critical in helping you correctly size your UPS.
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This short video examines a hardware-assisted approach to PC management. Find out more about this technique and how it can help you properly manage your desktop environment, regardless of system states.
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