The 11000 G2 Series Racks are designed for the modern data center to fit a wide range of HP and third-party equipment.
August 04, 2013
IT managers looking to consolidate, relocate, or expand their medium-sized or large data centers can now do so with durable, budget-oriented racks from HP.
The diversified IT manufacturer has rolled out its 11000 G2 Series Racks, universal racks designed for the modern data center to fit a wide range of HP and third-party equipment and provide high levels of weight capacity, enhanced airflow design, and durable construction.
Available as a pallet or shock rack, which can be ordered empty or configured, the 11000 G2 Series Racks are HP Location Discovery Services-compatible for the auto-logging and track server ID and U location at time of installation and for future ease of maintenance and tracking.
In addition to the universality of the new racks, important improvements have been made from earlier HP racks including improved weight capacities up to 3000 pounds static, an 81 percent open perforated door for enhanced airflow and cooling, quick-installation brackets and cables for power, and compatibility with HP Location Discovery Services for asset tracking.
The HP 11000 G2 Series Racks feature a patented seven-layer, rolled frame design and welded steel frame to enable long life. To address cable management problems of high-density environments, the racks feature large cable egresses in the rack top and a convenience bracket for tool-less mounting of popular cable management options and power distribution.
Sold through authorized dealers, the HP 11000 G2 Racks are available now within the U.S. with Internet prices starting at $1,099.