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Ken's Korner

  • Playing Reverse Roulette

    Playing Reverse Roulette - Component Cost vs Quality Compromise
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  • Not all copper wire is created the same

    Copper wire varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. Knowing and understanding how small subtle differences in a wires composition can affect its performance in the field is important. PDU Cables uses millions of feet of wire a year. We know a thing or two about wire.
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  • Addressing Equipment Failure and Performance Problems

    The Need for Ground Bonding Telecommunications Equipment - A recent case study talks about how data center performance was impacted by inadequate ground bonding.
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  • Prepping Power Whips for Installation

    When cold weather arrives, take special precaution in preparing power whips prior to installation to avoid damaging conductors.
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  • Benefits of Outsourcing

    It is often smarter to outsource manufacturing, especially if the outsourcing company can produce the product with greater efficiency.   Companies that can remain focused on their core mission are more efficient and more creative than those with too many moving parts.
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  • Benefits of Prefabrication

    “The process of construction continues to evolve.  We simply couldn’t have achieved the deadline without prefabrication. The results are real, and it was, without a doubt, a major contributor to the success of this project. Prefabrication made construction faster, safer and more predictable.”
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  • Recycling & Opportunistic Fraud

    Recycling is a big business, with billions of dollars at stake. If you are redeeming materials for recycling, put controls in place, monitor what leaves your facility and follow the money. Don't be a victim of opportunistic fraud.
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  • Data Center’s Talent Crisis

    Many of the people who build and operate data centers are skilled trade workers, and as a category, skilled trade workers are aging rapidly.  The lack of qualified, data center workers could hamper the rapid growth of the data center industry. 
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  • Following NFPA 75 Rules

    NFPA 75 has specific rules on how to treat holes and cable penetrations in a data center's raised floor.
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