'Deep rack' addresses next-gen servers, heat flow, cable management

The HP 10000 G2 Series 1200mm Deep Rack enclosure is specifically designed for better cable management, hot air reduction, and accommodating longer next-generation server, storage and switching products.

The HP 10000 G2 Series 1200mm Deep Rack enclosure is specifically designed for better cable management, hot air reduction, and accommodating longer next-generation server, storage and switching products.

This 19-inch rack in 42U and 47U heights features a patented eight-layer rolled steel frame construction for improved loading capacity up to 2500 lbs dynamically and 3000 lbs static. The rack can also be customized with a rack badge for corporate logos for a consistent IT image and easier rack identification.

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According to the company, the HP 10000 G2 Series 1200mm Deep Rack also offers: a fully welded (not bolted) frame; 100 square inches of additional perforations for better airflow; full cable access; front and rear door handles and locks for added security; side panels for ease of manageability and mounting; cable management accessory compatible; rack stabilizer, baying, and grounding kits; zero-U mounting areas to maximize space for servers and storage; and a three-year limited warranty on parts

Customers can receive their HP 10000 G2 Series 1200mm Deep Rack fully loaded and ready for instant deployment when shipped on an optional shock pallet. Customers can also have their equipment preinstalled within the rack with cables already dressed neatly within the rack, saving set up and unpacking time.

The HP 10000 G2 Series 1200mm Deep Rack is compatible with all 19-inch rack products. Available immediately and sold through authorized dealers, pricing starts at a U.S. Internet price of $1749 and Canadian list price of CD$2,326. The stabilizing kit, baying kit, grounding kit, and side panels are optional and sold separately. Pricing may vary by country or region.

Additional information is available at the Hewlett Packard Web site at http://www.hp.com/go/infrastructure

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