Eaton provides a vast array of open frame racks, server racks and enclosures for small, medium, and large-scale data centers.
Eaton’s comprehensive airflow management solutions, combined with its expansive selection of server, network rack, enclosure, and cable management offerings, facilitate customers in meeting their ever-changing technology needs and optimizing their data center airflow.
Eaton's network cabinets include the N-Series Enclosure, which is designed for small to medium-sized network applications, and the G-Series Enclosure, which is suitable for high-density networking environments. Both cabinets offer easy access to equipment, cable management features, and airflow optimization.
Server racks are designed to house servers and other equipment, such as storage devices, power distribution units (PDUs), and network switches. They are typically made of metal and consist of a frame with multiple shelves, also known as "rails," on which the equipment is mounted. The height of server racks is measured in "rack units" (RU), which represent the vertical space between the shelves. Common rack unit heights include 1U, 2U, 4U, and 8U.
Network cabinets, also known as network enclosures or network racks, are similar to server racks but are designed specifically to store networking equipment, such as routers, switches, and patch panels. They often have additional features, such as cable management systems, ventilation fans, and security locks.
Both server racks and network cabinets are important for ensuring the efficient and organized operation of IT infrastructure. They help to reduce clutter, improve airflow, and protect equipment from damage or theft. When selecting a server rack or network cabinet, factors to consider include size, weight capacity, cooling capabilities, and security features.
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