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Wi-Fi 6: The (Much) Bigger Story

by Mist, a Juniper CompanyJun 11, 2020

With over 150 Wi-Fi 6 CERTIFIED™ devices already, it's time to start preparing your network for Wi-Fi 6!

It is widely expected that 2020 will see an increasing number of businesses refresh their networks with Wi-Fi- 6 access points to prepare themselves to support the soaring device densities and performance needs of employees, guests and customers.

Download this "Wi-Fi 6: The (Much) Bigger Picture" White Paper by the Farpoint Group to learn:

Understand the Key Elements of a Successful Data Center Cabinet Ecosystem

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 28, 2020

As your data center becomes more complex, the need for cohesive white space management increases. That process begins with a focus on the data center cabinet (rack) and gaining an understanding of how the subsystems in the cabinet form an ecosystem to support Information and Communications Technology (ICT) equipment. By integrating the data center cabinet with hardware and software into a single platform, data center managers can truly gain visibility and understanding of the different dynamics

Considerations for Intelligent Power Management within High-Density Deployments

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 28, 2020

As data centers deploy virtualization and consolidate equipment for more efficient computing, the average rack power density is constantly rising. While the average cabinet supported 3 - 4 kW just a few years ago, it's not uncommon for today's power loads to draw 9 - 15 kW, and in several cases, even higher than that. As a result, ensuring high available power to IT equipment means that all components in the power chain need to have monitoring capabilities, including rack power distribution

How to Select Rack-Mount Power Distribution Units (PDUs) and Power Strips

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 28, 2020

Almost every Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment rack that stores compute or network equipment requires a rack-mount Power Distribution Unit (PDU) or power strip to distribute power to equipment. But, if you are unfamiliar with electrical power distribution systems or even the differences in industry jargon, selecting a PDU or power strip can be challenging.

Download this white paper to get an overview of the basics of selecting PDUs and power strips, and learn

Cabinet-Level Electronic Access Control for Data Security and Compliance

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 28, 2020

The importance of physical security for protecting data is generally well understood, but how often does your organization assess the level of physical security for protecting data? Better still, are you compliant with regulations that address data security?

Download this white paper to gain insight into: Current data security regulations and compliance requirements Why it is critical to extend physical security to the rack level The beneftis of electronic locking and access control

Oak Ridge City Schools Support Future Power Demand

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 23, 2020

With a student population of nearly 5,000 and a new learning initiative to get digital tablets in the hands of every student, the school district in this Knoxville, TN suburb turned to Chatsworth Products (CPI) to deliver reliable power distribution units (PDUs), server cabinets with Vertical Exhaust Ducts and cable runway to support all the cabling it would need for the next few years of its digital transformation.

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Anthem’s Legacy Data Center Achieves Efficiency

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 23, 2020

Anthem, the second largest managed health care company in the United States, was experiencing growing pains at its primary data center (typical of many legacy data centers)—ensuring newer, higher-density equipment has enough space, power and cooling—without increasing operational costs. They turned to a variety of Chatsworth Products (CPI) storage and cooling products and services to obtain a customized roadmap for improvement and make their goals a reality.

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How to Prepare Your Network for the Impact of 5G

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 23, 2020

There's no doubt that 5G wireless will impact all physical networks, including enterprise-owned premise networks. For those responsible for ensuring network availability and speed to business users, it's critical to understand what 5G enables and how it will impact your network.

This white paper, by Chatsworth Products (CPI), summarizes the impact of 5G on the physical network, and highlights advancements in equipment storage and remote monitoring that will help to protect your network

Four Technologies Affecting Enterprise Networks

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 23, 2020

Network Engineers are responsible for ensuring availability and speed of the network to business users. Given the role, there are a number of technologies they should consider when planning any upgrades to an enterprise network.

This Chatsworth Products (CPI) white paper summarizes these key technologies and their impact on the physical premise network, while highlighting some of the most impactful advancements in cable management and equipment storage that can help enhance network

Achieve Remote Power Control in MTDC/Colo Sites

by Chatsworth Products, Inc.Apr 23, 2020

A new white paper from Chatsworth Products (CPI) dives deep on the most beneficial applications for intelligent rack power distribution units (PDUs) with remote power control and lists additional monitoring and security capabilities that should be considered when selecting intelligent rack PDUs for use in laboratories, remote/edge sites or when colocating enterprise-owned equipment into multi-tenant data centers (MTDCs).

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Chatsworth Products, Inc.

Chatsworth Products (CPI) is a global manufacturer of products and solutions that protect your ever-growing investment in information and communications technology for IT and industrial automation applications. We act as your business partner and are uniquely prepared to respond to your specific requirements with global availability and rapid product customization, giving you a competitive advantage. With decades of experience engineering thermal, power and cable management solutions for the data center, enterprise networking and industrial enclosure markets, CPI is well positioned to provide you with unequaled application expertise, customer service and technical support, as well as a global network of industry-leading distributors. CPI has three key focuses: thermal management for equipment secured in racks; site optimization through remote monitoring of power, environmentals and access control; and customization of enclosures, equipment storage and cable management solutions to meet customer and site-specific requirements. CPI's broad offering includes: Cabinet, Containment and Industrial Enclosure Systems, Cable Management, Cable Runway and Tray, Environmental Monitoring and Security, Grounding and Bonding, Power Management, Rack Systems, Seismic Protection Systems, Wall-Mount Systems and Zone Cabling and Wireless Enclosures. Additionally, CPI provides free apps and online design tools, including BIM and CAD models, Product Designers, technical trainings, free webinars, and much more.

Mist, a Juniper Company

Pioneering AI for IT

Mist built the first AI-driven, microservices cloud-based Wireless LAN (WLAN), which makes Wi-Fi predictable, reliable, and measurable and enables scalable indoor location services like wayfinding, proximity messaging and asset visibility. In addition, Mist's AI technology plays a key role in bringing automation and insight across the full IT stack, delivering seamless end-to-end user experiences and substantial IT cost savings. In 2019, Mist was acquired by Juniper Networks and operates as a business unit focused on the AI-Driven Enterprise which combines Mist's next-generation wireless platform with Juniper's best-in-class switching, routing, security and SD-WAN solutions to deliver unsurpassed end-to-end user and IT experiences.