RACKS AND CABINETS SOLUTIONS
SERVER RACKS, CABINETS, ENCLOSURES AND OPEN-FRAME RACKS.
One size server rack does not fit all situations. From air-conditioned server racks, to NEMA rated, to soundproof, SOLEXNET Solutions provides a wide variety of racks to meet the specific need for your environment.
Find the server rack or cabinets to suit your HP, Dell, IBM or other rack server specific requirements. Whether you need a specialty rack enclosure, custom cabinet, or open rack frames SOLEXNET Solutions
Get the most out of your server room storage with our server racks and accessories.
OUR RANGE OFFERS A STABLE AND DURABLE PLATFORM FOR YOUR VALUABLE NETWORK AND AV EQUIPMENT. WE CAN HELP YOU:
- Neatly store and secure equipment
- Ensure easy access and monitoring
- Manage cooling and airflow issues
- Manage cable issues to reduce clutter
- Fit your equipment properly in its space with different size and mounting options
RACKS VS. ENCLOSURES:
So, what’s the difference between racks and enclosures?
All enclosures contain racks, but not all racks have enclosures. A rack is simply the framework upon which network equipment is mounted. Enclosures are racks fitted with side panels and front and rear doors. To “enclose” them, if you will.
Which is better? That depends on your needs.
ADVANTAGES OF OPEN RACKS:
Open racks are more affordable, provide easier access to equipment for maintenance, and are easier to keep cool. If you choose an open rack, be sure to keep your server room secure to prevent possible intrusion and vandalism.
ADVANTAGES OF ENCLOSURES:
On the other hand, the advantage of the network enclosure is security. Virtually all modern floor, wall, and ceiling enclosures feature keyed entry, locking out unauthorized personnel to prevent tampering. Side panels and doors are constructed of heavy cold rolled steel to prevent impact damage. For heat sensitive or otherwise critical equipment, we offer thermal enclosures.
But what about your mounting options? Floor mounting will bring the highest level of efficiency when it comes to installing servers and other pieces of network equipment. Because of very high load capacities, floor enclosures will generally be able to handle anything you need to install up to its space capacity. Wall enclosures are often used to isolate certain groups of related equipment for more convenient access. Wall mounting is also a great solution for preventing auxiliary equipment from taking up too much precious real estate in your floor enclosure.