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by Emerson Network Power

A number of options are available to facilities professionals looking to improve cooling efficiency and reduce resources consumed by their data centers. Beyond implementing basic measures such as sealing moisture out of the data center and improving air flow, aisle containment to prevent the mixing of hot and cold air stands out as a method that can dramatically reduce energy costs, minimize hot spots and improve the carbon footprint of data centers.

by Numonyx

Embedded system designers have a variety of code execution methods to choose from: eXecute-In-Place (XIP), Fully Shadowed and Demand Paging. Using the best method is the key for a cost-effective solution. Each method has different implications in terms of RAM and Flash usage which directly affect the cost of the system.

by Endicott Research Group, Inc

This white paper examines the various current source topologies that can be implemented to design drivers for LED-backlit LCDs, the advantages and disadvantages of each, and how they can be used in combination with new current source designs to develop new multiple-string LED driver topologies.

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by Laird Technologies

The white paper discusses the need of containing and suppressing the EMI potential of electronic systems found on automobiles through EMI shielding and ferrite solutions.

by Nexsan

To meet the exacting demands of multiple IT environments, including that of a virtual operating environment, a Nexsan SASBeast provides IT with a storage resource fully optimized for reliability and performance. Each physical unit features design innovations to extend the lifespan of installed disk drives.

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by Nexsan

Get your free copy of the 2010 DCIG Buyer's Guide that represents an industry-first competitive review of over 70 storage products from more than 20 vendors. Find out the winners and losers and get an in-depth review on each product for easy comparison.

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