Corporate bean-counters are increasingly encouraging the migration to virtualisation and cloud computing, but often forget about the proper plumbing, leaving IT managers scrambling to ensure they have the appropriate power supply, security and disaster recovery to cope with the transition.
Eaton today announced new functionalities for its intelligent enclosure power distribution units (ePDUs), including support for Cisco EnergyWise power management, the ability for users to define customised outlet groups, a power scheduling function for planned shutdowns, and mass configuration and mass upgrade of ePDUs. These new functionalities enhance the Intelligent Power® distribution capabilities of Eaton ePDUs and are available for the recently launched set of Managed, Advanced Monitored and Switched ePDU product ranges via firmware updates.
Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation has today launched a new set of enclosure power distribution units, ePDUs, that provide Intelligent Power® distribution to optimise available power in a data centre and control the total cost of ownership. The new set consists of enhanced Managed ePDUs and an entirely new range of Switched and Advanced Monitored ePDUs.
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