Last year, Rittal TS Enclosures and LCP high density cooling products were selected as the infrastructure solution for a single event - the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies for use by the military, sponsored this first ever Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC).
By outsourcing the modification of an enclosure panel, or manually adding holes, cut-outs, taps or threadings in-house, you are absorbing costs in both time and labor. Now you can calculate a cost comparison quickly and simply.
Rittal Corporation teamed up with Edge Mission Critical Systems (Edge MCS) to support their turnkey modular data solutions for edge network applications marketed as the Binary Bunker. In the Binary Bunkers they build, Edge MCS employs Rittal products for enclosures, racking, and cooling.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) expands, massive amounts of data and content require faster processing and better security. Products like the Binary Bunker become more appealing than large capital expenditures on conventional data center platforms. For savvy companies, edge computing allows them to get closer to the data, improving speed, performance, productivity and security at a fraction of the cost of a conventional data center. The prefabricated modular data centers offered by Edge MCS employ lightweight concrete for strength, long life, and environmental stability. With their triple
While some may find the news about domestic economic growth of late disheartening, the number of great places to work in the U.S. does offer cause for optimism.
Bioethanol is an alcohol created through the fermentation of carbohydrates produced in sugar or starch crops such as corn, sugarcane, or sweet sorghum. In the United States, most of the bioethanol produced is made from corn; in Brazil, the world’s second largest bioethanol producer, the dominant feedstock is sugar cane. Although research is underway and a few plants have been built to create cellulosic ethanol by fermenting materials such as agricultural residue, algae, wood processing waste, yard and vegetative waste, food processing waste, etc., field corn is the feedstock used to create 98 percent of the bioethanol produced in the United States.1
The U.S. Dairy Export Council is bullish on dairy.1 So, too, is TATA Consultancy2, a multinational leader in IT, digital and business services based in Mumbai. Both believe that despite a currently tough domestic market, U.S. dairy prospects are positive for global growth in developing countries.
In food and beverage (F&B) production facilities around the world, cleaning and sanitization are just as vital to an organization’s success as the taste and texture of the products they produce. Although cleaning adds no direct value to a product, the cost of failing to do it properly can be enormous, both in terms of company reputation and the risk of spreading potentially deadly illnesses. Even when working hard to operate in compliance with the strictest standards, U.S. F&B producers are forced to recall thousands of products each year, typically for one of three reasons: undeclared allergens (such as the presence of milk, wheat, peanuts or soy that don’t appear on the label), pathogens like E.coli, salmonella or listeria, or physical contamination.
Rittal and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to offer Modular Data Center solutions to the global market. The go-to-market alliance will focus on the computing challenges related to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge networks.
Rittal and HPE will focus on the hyperconvergence of markets--hybrid cloud and edge solutions--to provide customers a “plug and play” configuration with proven technologies, andfaster, easier deployment the delivers cost and energy efficiency.
Rittal’s portfolio of infrastructuresolutions support the entire industry, from micro to hyperscale data centers, and with the addition of HPE Pointnext services, IT companies will be ableutilize a complete IT solution.
Design News and Rittal Answer Your Climate Control Questions
What is the trickiest part for you in specifying climate control for your industrial or IT enclosure? It could be making the most energy efficient decision, or keeping up with climate control technology. Maybe your location is isolated or the ambient temperatures are about to soar in the summer months.
Rittal opened its Oil & Gas Competency Center and showcased enclosure and climate control technology solutions for hundreds of attendees at the Grand Opening event.