Let's rack and roll: Sanmina's hulk can bench press 4,500lbs

www.theregister.co.uk | 5/10/2019 | Staff
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A reinforced IT rack able to accommodate up to 4,500lbs (more than 2 metric tonnes) of hardware - even in transit - has been built by contract manufacturer Sanmina.

That's about three times more weight than a standard server stack. The latest entry in the Rack IQ series is also certified with NEMA 4, which means it is available in a watertight configuration, and with NEBS Zone 4 for seismic stability.

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Besides IT equipment, Rack IQ HD (that's heavy-duty, not high definition) can also house telecoms equipment, industrial controllers, and any other gear that will fit into a standard 19-inch frame.

It should find plenty of applications – people have been using the 19-inch rack since around 1922.

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Heavy-duty server enclosures are...
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