Traditional wiring closets were never designed to accommodate modern IT equipment. The spaces are cramped, poorly supplied with power, and lacking adequate airflow.
If you manage a network IT closet, you have probably run into issues such as high temperatures, difficulties mounting the equipment and power distribution challenges.
Unfortunately, the situation is only going to get worse. Each year, the new batch of equipment runs hotter, draws more power, and requires additional considerations for mounting, cooling venting, powering and cabling.
This field guide shows you how to avoid these problems and prepare your network closet for years of reliable, predictable operation.
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