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Management Strategy for Network Critical Physical Infrastructure
Network-critical physical infrastructure includes power, cooling, racks and physical structure, security and fire protection, cabling, management systems, and

network racks  equipment, special attention to Network Critical Physical Infrastructure (NCPI) when deploying racks of servers, switches, and other IT equipment is required to ensure availability Source : APC Resources Related to Management Strategy : Management Strategy (Wikipedia) Management Strategy for Network Critical Physical Infrastructure White Paper #100 Management Strategy is also known as : Management Planning , Functional Strategies , Strategy Evaluation , Strategy Formulation , Strategy Implementation , Read More
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Avoidable Mistakes that Compromise Cooling Performance in Data Centers and Network Rooms
Avoidable mistakes made when installing cooling systems and racks in data centers or network rooms compromise availability and increase costs. These flaws

network racks  in Data Centers and Network Rooms Avoidable mistakes made when installing cooling systems and racks in data centers or network rooms compromise availability and increase costs. These flaws create hot spots, decrease efficiency, and reduce cooling capacity. Although facilities operators are often held accountable for cooling problems, many problems are caused by improper deployment of IT equipment. Learn more about these mistakes and about simple remedies. Read More
The Advantages of Row- and Rack-oriented Cooling Architectures for Data Centers
The traditional room-oriented approach to data center cooling has limitations in next-generation data centers. Next-generation data centers must adapt to

network racks  in Data Centers and Network Rooms . Row-oriented architecture With a row-oriented architecture, the CRAC units are associated with a row and are assumed to be dedicated to a row for design purposes. The CRAC units may be mounted among the IT racks, they may be mounted overhead, or they may be mounted under the floor. Compared with the room-oriented architecture, the airflow paths are shorter and more clearly defined. In addition, airflows are much more predictable, all of the rated capacity of the CRAC Read More
Compaq’s 'Photon' Comes into the Light
After much anticipation, Compaq’s version of a 1U-high (one 'rack unit') server is finally ready to ship.

network racks  solutions. Market Impact Although Network Engines, Inc. (NEI) and IBM (which currently resells a Network Engines-based system) were the first companies to ship a 1U/2CPU system, (Ref. IBM Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server ) in late 1999, we see the DL360 (formerly known as Photon ) as a very strong entry into this market. We believe Compaq's new system overcomes one of the key challenges of the NEI system - serviceability. Whereas NEI's philosophy is to allow the customer to do a box Read More
Ariba Hopes to Spark Chain Reaction
Two recent partnership announcements, with InterWorld and Siebel, reveal how E-procurement wunderkind Ariba thinks about the future of electronic purchasing.

network racks  them access to Ariba's network of buyers and giving Ariba a boost to its transaction-based revenue stream. The longer-run value is that signing one supplier should lead to other buyers joining the Network. Consider how memberships might spread from the arrangement with one of these companies. Let's say a hypothetical firm, Sally's Sanitary Supplies, decides to move its distribution business on line. Working with a boutique design firm or systems integrator they utilize software from Siebel or InterWorld Read More
Evaluating the Total Cost of Network Ownership
The upfront expenses of a network comprise only 19% of the total cost. The remaining 81% can sneak up on bank management, often unaware of some subtle TCO

network racks  the Total Cost of Network Ownership Brian Killian and Lynn Koller are associated with Brintech, www.brintech.com Introduction A bank devotes extensive resources to its computer network-both in human wherewithal and hard cash. The upfront costs can be high, and veiled costs compound the burden. Ultimately, an invisible price tag hangs from a computer network. Total cost of ownership (TCO) is a model that helps systems managers understand and handle the budgeted and unbudgeted costs of an IT component Read More
The Role of Network Behavior Analysis and Response Systems in the Enterprise
Your operations and assets are under multiple points of attack, both inside and outside your network. Organizations face escalating security risks and network

network racks  Role of Network Behavior Analysis and Response Systems in the Enterprise Your operations and assets are under multiple points of attack, both inside and outside your network. Organizations face escalating security risks and network availability requirements as they open their networks for communications and transactions with key customers, business partners, and employees. That’s why you need to ensure efficient monitoring and enhancement of your network security posture and operations. Read More
IP Telephony: Network Evaluation and Risk Assessment Guide
Before engaging with vendors to identify the best solution, you need to perform an evaluation of your network capabilities, and assess the potential impact to

network racks  Telephony: Network Evaluation and Risk Assessment Guide Before engaging with vendors to identify the best solution, you need to perform an evaluation of your network capabilities, and assess the potential impact to your business of a converged network. As with any network implementation, a realistic understanding of what is required to reach your objectives will enable you to ensure a successful transition to enhanced network capabilities. Read More
Unleashing the SAN In Your IP Network
Computer storage holds the lifeblood of today's economy. From movies, music, books, and classroom materials, to corporate, personal, and financial data of all

network racks  SAN In Your IP Network Computer storage holds the lifeblood of today's economy. From movies, music, books, and classroom materials, to corporate, personal, and financial data of all sorts, everything is being stored digitally. For this reason, the information and the knowledge derived from today's Internet-reliant world have become the core elements by which our society increases its productivity. Find out more in this white paper from Stonefly. Read More
Network Associates RePositions Itself as a Security E-Village
With a new organizational strategy, Network Associates hopes to retain and recruit savvy security engineers and leverage the hot IT security market for outside

network racks  Event Summary Security monolith, Network Associates, Inc. (Nasdaq: NETA) has reorganized itself to become a holding company of four independent security subsidiaries: PGP Security, Sniffer Technologies, Magic Solutions, and McAfee Corporation which spun off with its own IPO last December. Each of the four divisions stand to hire their own CEO or president to lead the strategic developments of their respective organizations. On top of the new business model, Network Associates is opening a new front door Read More
Network Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving
Network Engines, Inc. is a leading vendor of extremely thin rackmount servers used in the rapidly growing area of web serving. In this note, we examine the

network racks  Web Serving Vendor Genesis Network Engines, Inc. (NEI) was formed in 1997 as an IP content delivery-focused vendor. The founder was Lawrence Genovesi, who continues to run the company as President. The original product was a multi-processor server targeted at streaming media providers. In 1998, the company shifted its focus to clustered server products, based on the belief that Internet growth would lead to the need for scalable, cost-effective servers. NEI's revenues come almost exclusively (95%) from Read More
Software as a Service: Next-generation Network Performance Management
An estimated 55 percent of users of business critical applications work in remote locations. With so many users working remotely, networks become congested and

network racks  as a Service: Next-generation Network Performance Management An estimated 55 percent of users of business critical applications work in remote locations. With so many users working remotely, networks become congested and user productivity suffers. Until now, wide area network (WAN) monitoring and shaping has required special appliances, but there’s a new alternative software-based solution available that leverages the power of the user’s PC—providing unprecedented traffic control. Read More
Business Value of Network and Application Visibility
Find out in Achieving Business Value with Network and Application Visibility.

network racks  Value of Network and Application Visibility Business Value of Network and Application Visibility Networks have become central to a company's ability to create new products and services, enter new markets, and develop new partnerships. But what are the business drivers and challenges facing network administrators? And how are companies leveraging their networks for competitive advantage? Find out in Achieving Business Value with Network and Application Visibility . In this IDC report based on a Read More
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The Adaptive Business Network in High-tech Industries
High tech is the most brutally competitive of any manufacturing sector—which is why complacency can mean death for your company. How to secure lasting advantage

network racks  Adaptive Business Network in High-tech Industries High tech is the most brutally competitive of any manufacturing sector—which is why complacency can mean death for your company. How to secure lasting advantage without letting technology constrain your business processes? And how to prevail despite your partners’ legacy applications, the IT landscape of your recently acquired company, or the heterogeneous mix of your own IT landscape? Read More

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