Datacate Now Offering In-cabinet ATS In Rancho Cordova
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Datacate Now Offering In-cabinet ATS In Rancho Cordova

By In Blog On December 6, 2017


At Datacate, we are committed to providing our clients with practical solutions that enhance their service experience. For our full-circuit colocation clients who have single-corded equipment, but would like to take advantage of the additional redundancy and the uptime SLA that is part of A/B power service, we now offer in-cabinet ATS (Automatic Transfer Switch) solutions at our Rancho Cordova data center.

ATS technology allows dual-source power to be fed to a device or group of devices that have just one power input. This commonly includes older or smaller servers, external storage devices, switches and routers. With in-cabinet ATS, clients with these devices can have them powered by an A/B power feed, which offers fail-over protection in the event that power is interrupted on either circuit. While use of A/B power most commonly requires that client equipment has built-in dual power supplies, an in-cabinet ATS eliminates that need. The ATS device connects the client’s existing cabinet power strip to dual (A/B) power feeds, and provides high-speed buffered fail-over when power is lost on either input. Datacate also has in-cabinet ATS solutions which incorporate a compact power output strip, for situations where fewer connections are needed.

Datacate can provide in-cabinet ATS solutions to both half-cabinet and full-cabinet clients, in 120V and 208V configurations. Please do not hesitate to contact sales if you would like to learn more about in-cabinet ATS service.

Ed LaFrance

Ed LaFrance

VP of Business Development at Datacate, Inc
Ed LaFrance has worked in various Internet-related capacities since 1997. He served as the CEO of Connex Internet Services from 2000 - 2013.
Ed LaFrance
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