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Server Technology Inc. releases HDOT, High Density Outlet Technology, which drastically reduces the footprint of a PDU while retaining up to 42 C13 outlets in a 1U device

RENO, Nev., Dec. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Server Technology, Inc. has released HDOT, High Density Outlet Technology (Patent Pending). High power densities and reduced cabinet space require new and innovative products like Server Technology's own patented outlet technology that provides industry standard C13 and C19 outlets in a drastically reduced footprint.

"You've never seen anything like this before in a PDU.  As the name implies, we've designed our own unique style of IEC standard C13 and C19 which allows us to build our PDU's with the maximum possible outlet density," says Travis Irons, director of engineering at Server Technology. "There is a significant trend in data centers for more outlets in a smaller space, driven by data centers being short on real estate, growing rack heights, and a proliferation of 1U equipment.  This was the motivation behind the HDOT outlet. Our customers needed something that had more outlets per PDU in the smallest form factor.  We delivered."

HDOT provides up to 42 C13's in a 42U high by 1U wide device, the highest possible outlet density available in a network connected PDU. Manufactured with robust high temperature materials carrying a UL94 V-0 flame rating makes these outlets ideally suited for harsh data center environments. Additional features include high native cord retention that eliminates the need for custom and costly ancillary locking cord devices. 

To order the HDOT PDU go to STIs new Build Your Own PDU configurator on servertech.com, where you can configure your own custom HDOT PDU.

"With six different outlet modules, you'll be able to mix and match where you want them in your PDU," Irons says. "This will allow customers to put the right type of outlet directly adjacent to the equipment," he says.

HDOT technology is available in Metered and Smart PDUs

Learn more at http://information.servertech.com/hdot

About Server Technology 
Server Technology's experts produce the highest quality rack mount power distribution and monitoring solutions that help manage power capacity, reduce downtime and improve energy efficiency.  The leading innovator since 1984, Server Technology created the intelligent cabinet PDU market and holds the largest number of patents in that industry. Serving the Data Center and Carrier markets, Server Technology offers the most extensive selection of cabinet PDUs to manage power usage for servers, storage and network equipment.  Based on the innovative Server Tech Quality Power Architecture (QPA), Sentry CDUs and Sentry Power Manager provide the industry's most accurate information to maximize rack density, reduce overloading and monitor energy efficiency. All Sentry CDUs are engineered and manufactured to meet the highest quality standards and are100% performance tested for reliability and accuracy. Server Tech QPA eliminates single points of failure, reducing downtime and costs. The modular architecture is flexible and enables quick delivery of solutions that meet customer-specific requirements. Server Technology gives IT and Infrastructure Professionals the control to make accurate capacity planning decisions, reduce risks, and meet energy efficiency goals.

www.servertech.com

HDOT High Density Outlet Technology from Server Technology Inc.

 

HDOT High Density Outlet Technology

Video with caption: "Travis Irons, director of engineering at Server Technology, explains why HDOT is the ideal power management solution for your data center. HDOT, or High Density Outlet Technology, provides industry standard C13 and C19 outlets in a drastically reduced footprint. It's the the highest possible outlet density available in a network connected PDU." Video available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4rjb51YfwU&feature=youtu.be

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