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Cable Management’s Effects on Power Usage Effectiveness – Part 2

15 Dec 2019

Under the Raised Floor Cable Management


Under the raised floor cable management in data centers is crucial for the following two reasons:

1) Cables can present obstructions that slow the velocity of airflows and impact the static pressure beneath the floor.

2) Bad cable management can result in air dams that severely limit airflows, decreasing static pressure and the pieces of equipment that can be cooled beyond the air dams.

Tips

• Position cable trays inside hot aisles, preventing the blockage of airflow through supply tiles.

• Position cable management trays at the greatest height possible, permitting airflow beneath them.

• Position the cable trays at consistent heights, permitting the flow of conditioned air in straight paths.

• Unused cables should always be removed as set forth by data center policy.

In the Rack Cable Management


Density increases in a cabinet when the number of components, along with their power and data cords, rises. As a result, there is a higher probability that airflow and exhaust from IT equipment will be blocked. Recirculation of hot air, higher inlet air temperatures, hot spots, greater temperature variations, and higher energy costs may result.

Tips

• Utilize wider cabinets equipped with cable management on their sides, rather than directly at the rear of exhaust ports.

• Utilize cabinets with greater depth, giving more vertical space for air to escape.

• Utilize blanking panels that alleviate increased pressure inside the cabinet.

• Prevent the blockage of exhaust from servers.

Overhead Cable Management


Transferring cable distribution from beneath the floor to overhead aids air distribution under floors. The location of overhead cable trays will be important in terms of AFM and PUE.

Tips

• In rooms lacking a ceiling plenum return, don’t locate cable management trays high over cabinets. This may result in hot air being forced to return to cooling units beneath the trays and close to IT intakes, resulting in hot spots.

• Position cable management trays a few inches over the IT cabinet, which will allow exhaust to flow over the tops of cable trays and toward the ceiling, improving AFM.

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Upgrade Your IT Infrastructure with Structured Cabling – Part 1

20 Nov 2019
The foundation of every modern company is solid IT infrastructure. Being capable of managing and storing important and sensitive data allows a business to focus on growing its business and generating revenue. However, many organizations do not invest adequate resources to meet this end. It is not uncommon for some to use the break/fix model, rather than employing a sustained, consistent effort with structured cabling to future-proof their businesses.
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What You Should Expect From a Structured Cabling Provider

26 Oct 2019
Your organization is planning to install a new structured cabling solution in your facility, and you expect improved connections, speedier information transmissions, and greater productivity. However, you may not know what to expect from a structured cabling provider. The following will discuss what to anticipate from their team.
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The Basics of Backbone Cabling for Enterprises

21 Oct 2019
A component of a typical structured cabling installation, the entrance facility contains cabling components required for providing the methods for connecting the exterior service facilities to the cabling inside the premises. The ways for connecting include cables, connecting hardware, service entrance pathways, circuit protection devices, and transition hardware.
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Structured Cabling Fundamentals for Businesses – Part 2

17 Oct 2019
As discussed in Part 1, structured cabling provides a comprehensive infrastructure for telecommunications that meets an organization’s business and technical requirements. It is also capable of meeting the company’s current and future demands. Part 2 will discuss the Appearance and Advantages of Structured Cabling.
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Structured Cabling Fundamentals for Businesses – Part 1

10 Oct 2019
A system of cabling and related equipment, structured cabling provides a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure that meets an organization’s business and technical requirements. Serving a number of functions, it enables data transmission via a network, provides connections for telephony and CCTV, and powers computing, storage, and peripheral equipment. Intended to support several types of equipment, structured cabling must be capable of meeting current demands as well as the needs of the future.
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