The Hot Aisle Data Center News, Trends, Analysis, and Practical Advice
Trends and Insights
Why Minnesota is an Emerging Data Center Market to Watch
via Data Center Knowledge
Ashburn. Chicago. Dallas. Santa Clara. We all know the hottest regions for critical facility and data center activity. While these markets are certainly driving new projects for mission critical facilities, they aren’t the only U.S. locations attracting data center interest.
Apple’s Leased Data Center Use Skyrocketed Over Last Four Years
via Data Center Knowledge
The amount of energy Apple used in data centers it leases from third-party providers more than quadrupled over the last four years, going from about 38,550 MWh total in fiscal year 2012 to more than 180,200 MWh in fiscal 2016, according to the latest annual environmental responsibility report the company released this month. Leased footprint now consumes close to one-quarter of Apple’s total data center energy consumption.
IBM launches 4 new data centers in the U.S.
via Tech Crunch
IBM, which has been putting a lot of emphasis on its cloud services and infrastructure lately, today announced that it is opening four new data centers in the United States. These new facilities — two in Dallas, Texas and two in Washington, DC — bring IBM’s total number of data centers for its cloud to 55. In the U.S., IBM not operates 22 data centers.
Taller Data Centers Come to Ashburn, Santa Clara
via Data Center Frontier
After decades of building out, the data center industry is building up. Leading developers are now building multi-story data centers, boosting their capacity to house IT gear by adding vertical space. The trend is most pronounced in the two hottest data center markets, Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley, where it’s becoming more difficult to find development sites for new construction projects.
The Raritan View
Top 10 Reasons Why Hardware Intelligence is Critical for Your Data Center Rack

Identify the top 10 reasons why you need hardware intelligence for your data center rack.

Read Now
Branch Circuit Monitoring: Power Monitoring and Measurement in Production Facilities

Learn what branch circuit monitoring is and why it’s importance in a production facility.

Read Now
The Internet of Things: What It Is and How It’s Affecting Data Centers 


Everybody is talking about IoT but do you know how it’s changing the landscape in data centers?

Learn More
Customer Support Update
Xerus™ Firmware v3.3.10 Generally Available

This firmware release is for General Availability (GA) on all existing Raritan PXE, PX2, PX3, PX3TS, BCM, BCM2, and EMX2 models.
Release 3.3.10 General Guidelines:
The User Guides for PX Release 3.3.10 contains all enhancements and fixes which are listed here.

• Transfer Switch
• PX iPDUs
• Branch Circuit Monitor

Product Warranty Registration
Receive world-class support on your Raritan products by registering warranties and extended warranties.
Learn More >>
Want to know more?
Contact a Raritan specialist for more information, Sales 800-724-8090
Corporate Headquarters
Raritan Americas, Inc.
400 Cottontail Lane, Somerset, NJ 08873
Connect with Us Online
linkedIn twitter youtube facebook google-plus
Copyright © 2017 Raritan Inc.