Siemon’s VersaPOD VP2 Data Center Cabinet Offers Extended Depth
Space is certainly one of the biggest concerns in every data center. Unfortunately, buying smaller cabinets is not always an option. Siemon has introduced the new VersaPOD VP2 cabinet solution that is 48 inches deep. If you are loading equipment like Cisco’s Nexus 7000 switches, you’ll find that this new addition to Siemon’s popular VersaPOD cabinet line will support these switches while utilizing the front and rear Zero-U space for either cable connectivity or cable management. This unique design decreases the number of cabinets you’ll need and can help free up valuable data center space.
According to The Siemon Company’s website, “VersaPOD VP2 integrates bayed data center cabinets with Siemon’s exclusive ZERO-U vertical patching and cable management capability.” Inclusion of this space-saving ZERO-U patching allows for greater capacity in high-density data center environments saving valuable real-estate. VersaPOD VP2 delivers increased cabling and equipment density while providing excellent accessibility and thermal efficiency.
Read more about these space saving cabinets by downloading the VersaPOD VP2 spec sheet now. If you are looking for other options, check out Siemon’s extensive line of cabinet solutions for the Data Center (and you don’t want to miss the interactive demos on the Siemon site while you are there!).