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DEFINITION: A cook-off test is a controlled experiment conducted to determine if or how soon a component, device or system will malfunction because of internally generated heat. If heat-related problems occur, steps must be taken to correct the situation before the hardware under test is placed into service or adopted as part of the design of a larger system.Cook-off tests can be used by engineers to compare the  … 
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Seven Key Questions to Ask Before Moving to Disk-Based Backup
sponsored by ExaGrid Systems, Inc.
PODCAST: There are a number of choices available for disk-based backup. Listen to this Podcast and learn as experts discuss the major points to consider when moving from tape to disk so your move will be more successful.
Posted: 23 Oct 2006 | Premiered: Sep 2, 2008

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The New Business Continuity Professional: Why the Business Continuity Professional Role Is Transforming and How to Make the Transformation Now!
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WEBCAST: Please join us for a 30-minute Web seminar that will help you understand what it takes to transform yourself into a 21st-century expert who manages the recovery, resilience, and continuity of an entire organization.
Posted: 12 Oct 2006 | Premiered: Oct 17, 2006, 12:00 EDT (16:00 GMT)

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DISASTER RECOVERY DEFINITION (continued): …  thermal behavior of multiple hardware units designed for the same purpose but manufactured by different vendors. Such tests can be conducted along with other tests to obtain benchmarks. Cook-off tests are commonly performed on systems with high component density such as blade servers that generate significant internal heat per unit volume. Blade servers provide maximum processing power in minimum rack space, simplifying cabling and reducing overall power consumption. But because of the high component density, overheating can become a problem unless careful attention is given to effective cooling … 
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