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Achieve complete power management beyond UPS

Posted: 05 Nov 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share


It is becoming increasingly important to build in capabilities to improve the response time to a network outage or problem. Power management is a key element of managing the network. And while outfitting key locations with universal UPS is common for many enterprises, many more don't take the next step of implementing a remote power management solution to give them the full range of protection and cost-saving benefits.

Power management consoles are plugged into a UPS for added protection. Power management consoles allow remote control of the power on a per-receptacle basis, allowing remote cycling of equipment and other management capabilities.

Advanced power management is often integrated with other remote management capabilities to simplify management and reduce the number of management interfaces. Complete power management can be a critical element of network management for enterprises or service providers. A properly configured power management system can provide 24/7 remote power access and current monitoring that allows the network manager to address a huge number of common network situations all without a site visit. With this capability, enterprises can reduce the cost of network downtime without increasing their network management staffing costs.

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