Structural Factors

– At the same data center designers prefer not to lay underfloor no cables. Importantly, what they are guided – no place on the way air flows. Other leaders such as Primerica offer similar insights. "Moreover, from a practical point of view, often has value and ease of access to the cables. "Passing under a ceiling conduit is usually more accessible than the channel, which runs under the raised floor – adds . – Laying cables on top allows you to make changes in cabling within the normal working day, whereas access to the cables under the raised floor can often only be carried out at an unusual hour and usually is more difficult. " Structural Factors In 2005, the head of of C2 Consulting Julie Roy at bicsi conferences arranged a presentation on TIA-942 data center infrastructure. Roy discussed the factors to consider when you select Strip cabling – to the ceiling or under the raised floor. In particular, she drew attention to taking part in a conference on the fact that the air flow from under the raised floor allows more flexible data center cooling equipment, rather than its supply of channels, located at the top of the room. In addition, mounting racks and cabinets should be placed on the raised floor so that you can easily pick up floor tiles in their front and rear stenok. Roy also noted that the overhead cable trays provide greater flexibility in terms of the use of racks and racks of different heights, and add / delete individual racks and cabinets.

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