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iBoot-PDU Switched - Managed - Cloud Control | Dataprobe
When you need to reduce costly site visits, ensure business continuity and increase network reliability, iBoot-PDU gives you peace of mind. iBoot-PDU, a web-accessible, managed PDU independently controlled outlets, enables multiple users to reboot remotely from anywhere, using any web browser, Telnet client or SNMP manager. From servers and webcams to IP PBXes and surveillance systems, iBoot-PDU keeps your network up and running.
hardware  home  managed  rackmount  server  power  rack  diigo 
3 days ago by doglord
1U Rack Mount Network Server Power Strip 120V 15A 6 Outlet Rear Facing 15 ft Cord (RS-0615-R) | Tripp Lite
Tripp Lite's RS-0615-R power strip offers 15 amp capacity AC power distribution in a versatile multi-mount cabinet. Detachable mounting flanges are configurable for rackmount, wallmount and under-counter installation. Uses only 1 rack space (1U) when installed in any 19 inch rack meeting EIA standards. Unfiltered electrical pass-through makes RS-0615-R ideal for distributing alternate waveform UPS or generator power in rack enclosures, network closets and more. Includes 6 rear-facing NEMA5-15R outlets, 15 ft AC power cord and lighted switch with latching safety cover prevents risk of accidental turn-off.
rackmount  power  hardware  server  home  rack  diigo 
3 days ago by doglord
SnapAV - WattBox - Category
If you're tired of rolling a truck every time you need to reset a cable box, modem, router or other network device, then WattBox® is the solution. Plus, with OvrC enablement, you get remote access, remote firmware updates, real-time monitoring, and customer management all from your phone, computer, or tablet, so you can say goodbye to unnecessary service calls. Every job needs power, so every install needs WattBox.
hardware  home  server  power  diigo 
3 days ago by doglord
Xpenology: The Definitive Guide (2019 Update)
More than likely you've been digging around on the internet looking for ways to build your own NAS and stumbled on Xpenology, here is the definitive guide on all you need to know about Xpenology.
nas  server 
3 days ago by mrbill
Huawei: ARM memo tells staff to stop working with China’s tech giant • BBC News
Dave Lee:
<p>Huawei currently sources some of its chips from HiSilicon, which it owns. However, while produced in China, HiSilicon’s chips are built using underlying technology created by ARM.

While HiSilicon and Huawei are free to carry on using and manufacturing existing chips, the ban would mean the company could no longer turn to ARM for assistance in developing components for devices in future.

HiSilicon's upcoming processor, Kirin 985, is due be used in Huawei devices later this year. According to a source at ARM, it is not expected to be affected by the ban. However, the next iteration of the chip has not yet been completed - and is likely to need to be rebuilt from scratch, the source said.

Huawei also uses ARM's designs for its recently unveiled Kunpeng chips. These are used to power its TaiShan-series computer servers, which are designed to provide cloud computing and storage to clients.

In addition, the company told analysts in January that the Tiangang chip at the heart of its 5G base stations is also ARM-based.

"The problem of the whole telecoms industry is that so much of it is based on the exchange of technology between different companies - whether that's chip companies, software providers or the makers of other hardware," commented Alan Burkitt-Gray, editor-at-large of the telecoms news site Capacity Media.

He added that Huawei would likely face other problems licensing 5G-related tech from others, and in turn US-based companies would now be unable to licence the Chinese company's 5G inventions.</p>


Terrific scoop by Lee. But this is going to destroy all of Huawei's business. Without ARM, the networking side gradually dies.
huawei  arm  chips  smartphone  server  5g 
3 days ago by charlesarthur
Tips and Tricks - Red Hat
Red Hat's customer service team receives technical support questions from users all over the world. As they are received, Red Hat technicians add the questions and answers to the Red Hat Knowledgebase on a daily basis. Individuals with a redhat.com login are granted access. Every month, Red Hat Magazine offers a preview into the Red Hat Knowledgebase by highlighting some of the most recent entries.
iscsi  sysadmin  rhel  centos  linux  storage  server 
3 days ago by dusko

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