With organizations and small to medium enterprises looking to improve interactions with customers and applications, a big market for edge of network capabilities has opened up for IT providers. Read moreon how to capitalize on this trend!
Increases in data center density require reliable and high performance power systems for maximum availability. In the area of critical power, organizations require a dynamic power solution that gives the flexibility while lowering total cost of ownership.
Find out how Emerson Network Power’s all-new GXT4 achieves all these in this month’s product spotlight!
Nattapak Chinyottana and Jenny Sim Meet Nattapak Chinyottana and Jenny Sim, the newest additions to the channels team for Thailand and Singapore!.
September 1 – SmartCabinet Launch with INB’s partners, Seoul (we’ll also have a media launch here)
September 2 – SmartCabinet Launch with PHT and Hansan C&S partners, Seoul
September 3– SIS Event
September 9– Partner Enablement Training, Yangon
September 10– Future Proof IT, Yangon
September 15-16 – Data Center Dynamics
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
ADA is Emerson Network Power’s New Thermal Management Partner
Emerson Network Power appointed Authentic Design Associations (ADA) as its new thermal management partner in Korea. Through this partnership, ADA will carry Emerson’s industry-leading thermal management solutions for the data center, including the Liebert DM and the Liebert CRV.
6 Reasons for Moving Networking from the Data Center to the Edge
Organizations can better support software-defined networks and the Internet of Things by shifting functionality from the data center to the network edge. Whether physical or virtual, these devices connect local area networks with wide area networks. To get started with the migration, we provide six reasons for moving networking from the data center to the edge.
Four Questions to Ask When Powering IT at the Network Edge
As data processing and application services move to the edge, IT organizations face the challenge of how best to achieve a level of resiliency and control similar to that found in the primary data center across multiple, smaller facilities that typically lack on-site technical support. In this article, we tackle four questions to ask when selecting a power system for remote facilities
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