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Trends and Insights
 
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The Edge Is Where the Customer Needs It to Be
via Data Center Frontier
 
Edge computing, according to conventional wisdom, localizes data acquisition and control functions, as well as the storage of high bandwidth content and applications in close proximity to the end user. Edge solutions are inserted into the logical end point of a network, whether the public internet or a private network, creating a more distributed computing cloud architecture. Edge deployments circumvent the distance, capacity constraints, multiple network hops, and centralized processing loads that exist in traditional internet architecture.
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Does Your Data Center Need a Digital Twin?
via Data Center Dynamics
 
Data centers are designed to support business requirements at a particular moment in time, but these requirements rarely remain static. Business goals change, technology evolves, and new regulatory and compliance frameworks are introduced; all at a seemingly ever-increasing rate. Of course, CIOs and CTOs must evolve and adapt to shifting requirements in a myriad of ways, and this means that although the mechanical and engineering architecture of the data center may not change much during its lifecycle, the IT configuration remains in a state of constant flux.
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Think You Want to Build Your Own Data Center?
via Data Center Knowledge
 
The construction of multi-megawatt hyperscale data centers by colocation companies has been accelerating globally. A shift in the construction techniques they use has allowed them to shorten their time to market and reduce construction costs. In a nutshell, the shift has been from stick-built construction, where everything is assembled mostly or entirely on-site, to semi-prefabricated construction, where major pre-assembled modules are delivered to the construction site.
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NVIDIA Hurls $7 Billion at the Data Center
via Motley Fool
 
Graphics chip company NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) agreed on Monday to pay $6.9 billion in cash for Mellanox (NASDAQ:MLNX), a supplier of interconnect solutions for data centers. NVIDIA reportedly outbid both Intel and Xilinx, although neither company has confirmed being part of the bidding process.
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The Raritan View
 
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How Is Google’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Impacting Their Data Center?
 

In this blog, learn about how Google's Artificial Intelligence (AI) advancements and machine learning continues to help tackle the most challenging problems in the world.

 
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What Does The Future Hold For Machine Learning And The Data Center?
 

In this interview style blog, we sit down with Raritan’s Product Manager, Paul Mott to discuss the growing trend of machine learning and the potential effects it's having on the data center industry.

 
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Traditional Data Centers Must Adapt If They Are To Survive
 

In this blog, learn why traditional data centers will need to turn to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning to combat the array of challenges that are looming in the nearby future.

 
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Customer Support Update
 
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Xerus™ Firmware v3.5.0 Generally Available

This firmware release is for General Availability (GA) on all existing Raritan PXE, PX2, PX3, PX3TS, BCM, BCM2, and EMX2 models.
Release 3.5.0 General Guidelines:
The User Guides for PX Release 3.5.0 contains all enhancements and fixes which are listed here.

• Transfer Switch
• PX iPDUs
• Branch Circuit Monitor

 
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PX2 and PX3 PDUs are End-Of-Life and End-Of-Support (EOL)
Raritan has initiated a global transition of all PX2 and some PX3 models towards a new PDU architecture, leveraging the latest PDU controller, the iX7. To see a complete list of PX2 and PX3 part numbers scheduled for end-of-life and end-of-support visit the link below.
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Product Warranty Registration
Receive world-class support on your Raritan products by registering warranties and extended warranties.
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