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"Maintenance of Non-Traditional Computing Environments" by Rich Hill, President, Data Clean Corporation.
Not only has computing changed dramatically over the past decade, but so have the environments in which we perform our computing. While the traditional raised-floor, drop-ceiling, one-owner data center certainly still exists, there are many other environmental configurations that can now be considered typical or commonplace. New and different architectural configurations demand different maintenance protocols. This on-demand presentation addresses the unique considerations for cleaning and maintenance required to ensure safe and reliable computing in non-traditional facilities, such as factory production areas, wiring closets, areas without under-floor or ceiling plenums, colocation facilities and warehouses. This material presented will track and reference the newly proposed ASHRAE Datacom Environment Contamination Levels.
"Zinc Whiskers, What Nobody's Telling You - A New Zinc Whisker Threat" - 24 minutes, 3.14 MB.
The reality today is Zinc Whiskers are growing directly on and in computers, servers, racks, and cabinets - it's not just on building materials. This webinar deals with the very real problem of Zinc Whiskers growing in and on your active computer hardware. We will review the cause and effect of Zinc Whiskers and what to do about contaminated equipment. View the Replay Now...
"Downtime Disasters - The Costs of Contamination" - 47 minutes, 4.68 MB. Contamination can lead to lost revenue in the millions of dollars. How does contamination occur? What are the industry standards for your environment? How can a poor environment cause downtime, packet loss, and bit errors? Learn to identify sources of contamination, its effects, and how to prevent it.
Data Center/Cleanroom Disaster Stories - $50 for You or Your Favorite Charity!
Make a quick $50 by sharing your disaster story with Data Clean Corporation. Selected stories are posted in Data Clean's newsletter and receive $50 (for you or your favorite charity). Stories are posted anonymously to protect your privacy. Submit your Data Center Disaster Story.