Chatsworth Products (CPI), a global manufacturer providing products and solutions that optimise, store and secure technology equipment, has designed a customised cabinet solution for CoolIT’s Demand Liquid Alliance that easily integrates with CoolIT’s Rack DCLC data centre liquid cooling products. Using a customised version of CPI’s GF-Series GlobalFrame cabinet system, this 25U cabinet is the result of CoolIT’s engineers working closely with CPI in order to enable easy implementation of the Rack DCLC system into any data centre.
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