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High-Density Colocation Computing Supported by Next-Generation Power Distribution

The increase in machine-based AI and big data applications are responsible for redefining high-performance and high-density colocation computing, resulting in an escalation in next-generation power distribution requirements from the data centers that support them.

In this quick tip video series, learn how leading colocation provider Colovore utilizes Server Technology's HDOT Cx Switched PDUs to provide the capability to securely monitor and control device power through a network connection, combining remote configuration and management with power distribution and power/environmental monitoring.





Density is pushing the redefinition of high-performance computing. Are you ready?

Server Technology's Marc Cram and Colovore's Peter Harrison dive into the progression of high-performance computing and artificial intelligence applications driving up data center density.




Power requirements are escalating with the increased demand from AI and big data applications.

Marc Cram and Peter Harrison outline what features are key when selecting a data center PDU that can offer the ultimate in flexibility, scalability, and efficiency.


Flexibility is key for data centers to be able to adapt to constantly changing equipment requirements.

Marc Cram and Peter Harrison discuss the challenges facing data center managers when selecting the right PDU outlet configurations and how HDOT Cx provides the flexibility to meet both today’s needs and future changing requirements.






It’s getting hot in here: A PDU that can work at full load operating to the extreme of its temperature range is a must in high-density environments.

Marc Cram and Peter Harrison review the importance of selecting a rack PDU that is capable of handling unpredictable customer loads and operating in a temperature environment up to 60℃.




Is it all just hot air? As power consumption continues to increase good airflow management is key.

Marc Cram and Peter Harrison discuss best practices for good airflow management and optimizing legacy applications, with the new normal being airflow from the front of the rack to the back.



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