The End of IT?

The IT industry has been the reigning superstar of the global economy for the last 40 years. The industry gave us 25-year old billionaires and “long-term” success stories like Microsoft,… Read more »

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Happy families are segregated families in cabling

The world of electronics can be a cruel one for cables – particularly the sensitive ones that carry sensor readings. They can be badly disturbed by the big power cables… Read more »

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Cable management systems for Electromagnetic emission control

Cable trays, conduit, ladders – all examples of cable management systems (CMSs) designed to hold cables in place. Only they can do much more than that.  For the last few… Read more »

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Foil tour coils with TVS to protect the integrity of your communications

More to cables that meets the eye wire Cables are widely disregarded as mere bundles of wire. Yet they are the vehicles that transport energy and information and the signals… Read more »

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Automatic reclosing auxiliaries: the unsung heros of continuity

In power distribution some applications are more critical than others. Hospitals, for example, or big stock exchanges like New York and London. Where lives and livelihoods are at stake there… Read more »

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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards: review of the requirements

Directive 2004/108/EC on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) concerns all electrical and electronic equipment sold on the EU market. All apparatus, systems, and installations, as well as certain components, must align with… Read more »

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Electromagnetic disturbances: communications networks particularly sensitive

Communications devices – especially those used in broadband communications systems – generate capacitive and inductive electrical phenomena that lead to electromagnetic disturbances. Communications networks are generally vast, connecting equipment located… Read more »

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Secure Power Solutions Must Be Adaptable to Specific Industry Needs

Ensuring reliable power for mission-critical applications in industry isn’t as simple as offering a range of standard power protection products, even if they are very good products. For many Secure… Read more »

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WEBCAST: Insight for Contractors: Trends Transform Load Profiles

Trends such as virtualization, Cloud computing, and digitization of equipment are changing the load densities and load profiles that mechanical contractors should be aware of, according to a new webcast… Read more »

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Wanted: A Better Way to Quantify Data Center Risks

Let’s play a little game. Say you’re building a data center and you go to management with two proposals, one for a Tier 3 data center that costs $8 million… Read more »

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Why is Cloud computing so hard to define anyways?

Sure, cloud computing is here and it sure is the next big IT wave, but what is it really and how do you know if you’re using it? I just… Read more »

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Intel and Schneider Electric: ITaaS is No Gamble at Gartner’s Las Vegas Data Center Event

Gartner’s Data Center Conference 2012 (2nd – 6th December 2012, Las Vegas Nevada) looks like it’s going to be a stimulating couple of days in the desert. What I like… Read more »

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Secure Power services: why a smooth “handover” is vital to a lifecycle approach

Commercial and industrial assets such as ships, airports, manufacturing plants, oil rigs, or hospitals involve highly specialized systems that need power protection and cooling to keep these mission-critical applications secure… Read more »

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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards: review of the requirements

Directive 2004/108/EC on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) concerns all electrical and electronic equipment sold on the EU market. All apparatus, systems, and installations, as well as certain components, must align with… Read more »

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IT as a Service, what does this mean?

IT as a Service means exactly, technology offered and served as a service. Pay for the technology we use, when we need it and to use only the technologies that… Read more »

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Pushing the Data Center Boundary Blog: Cloud Computing – Is it really just 80’s outsourcing by another name?

Is it possible to be suffocated by a cloud?    Because the hype around cloud computing is starting to make me feel like I’m suffocating.  It seems that for the… Read more »

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The End of IT?

The IT industry has been the reigning superstar of the global economy for the last 40 years. The industry gave us 25-year old billionaires and “long-term” success stories like Microsoft,… Read more »

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Wanted: A Better Way to Quantify Data Center Risks

Let’s play a little game. Say you’re building a data center and you go to management with two proposals, one for a Tier 3 data center that costs $8 million… Read more »

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Knowledge Sharing Across the Data Center Divide

Visiting major data center events is always an education, as I was recently reminded when I visited the Gartner Data Center Conference 2012 in Las Vegas at the beginning of… Read more »

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The Word from VMworld: Prepare for More Virtualization

Virtualization technology is becoming easier to deploy for both servers and desktops, so prepare now to be able to handle an ever-increasing amount of both flavors in your data centers… Read more »

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The End of IT?

The IT industry has been the reigning superstar of the global economy for the last 40 years. The industry gave us 25-year old billionaires and “long-term” success stories like Microsoft,… Read more »

4 Comments

Why is Cloud computing so hard to define anyways?

Sure, cloud computing is here and it sure is the next big IT wave, but what is it really and how do you know if you’re using it? I just… Read more »

4 Comments

Automatic reclosing auxiliaries: the unsung heros of continuity

In power distribution some applications are more critical than others. Hospitals, for example, or big stock exchanges like New York and London. Where lives and livelihoods are at stake there… Read more »

4 Comments

Wanted: A Better Way to Quantify Data Center Risks

Let’s play a little game. Say you’re building a data center and you go to management with two proposals, one for a Tier 3 data center that costs $8 million… Read more »

3 Comments

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards: review of the requirements

Directive 2004/108/EC on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) concerns all electrical and electronic equipment sold on the EU market. All apparatus, systems, and installations, as well as certain components, must align with… Read more »

3 Comments

Happy families are segregated families in cabling

The world of electronics can be a cruel one for cables – particularly the sensitive ones that carry sensor readings. They can be badly disturbed by the big power cables… Read more »

2 Comments

Secure Power services: why a smooth “handover” is vital to a lifecycle approach

Commercial and industrial assets such as ships, airports, manufacturing plants, oil rigs, or hospitals involve highly specialized systems that need power protection and cooling to keep these mission-critical applications secure… Read more »

2 Comments

IT as a Service, what does this mean?

IT as a Service means exactly, technology offered and served as a service. Pay for the technology we use, when we need it and to use only the technologies that… Read more »

2 Comments

Cable management systems for Electromagnetic emission control

Cable trays, conduit, ladders – all examples of cable management systems (CMSs) designed to hold cables in place. Only they can do much more than that.  For the last few… Read more »

1 Comment

Intel and Schneider Electric: ITaaS is No Gamble at Gartner’s Las Vegas Data Center Event

Gartner’s Data Center Conference 2012 (2nd – 6th December 2012, Las Vegas Nevada) looks like it’s going to be a stimulating couple of days in the desert. What I like… Read more »

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