Racks with built-in intelligence

The HP Intelligent Series Racks are designed to improve operating efficiencies, maximization of IT capacity, and improved asset management.

08/22/2012


The HP Intelligent Series Racks are designed to improve operating efficiencies, maximization of IT capacity, and improved asset management. Courtesy: Hewlett-Packard (HP)The HP Intelligent Series Racks with built-in intelligence are server racks designed for small to medium businesses, government, and enterprise data centers seeking operating efficiencies, maximization of IT capacity, and improved asset management. The HP Intelligent Series Racks offer innovative intelligence capabilities for asset management, unparalleled structural integrity, cooling and cable management advances, and a wide choice of power and switching options. The units include a rack door, which is 81% open. In addition, HP Location Discovery Services, in the HP Intelligent Series Racks, send the rack identification number and precise U location to the servers installed in the racks. This provides important location information along with power and temperature data.

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