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No Matter What Name They Go By Server Racks Are Server Racks

No matter what name they go under or you choose to call them server racks are nothing more than enclosures that are designed to hold your servers in a secure location. Whether you choose to call them server racks, network equipment enclosure, network racks or server cabinets, they are all the same and as long as you buy the right one to fit in with your specific needs all is well.

Choosing the Right Size Server Racks for You Needs

When you are looking at the various server racks in our online catalog, you will find that there are two factors that are going to affect your final choice. These are the brand of equipment you are planning to use and how much equipment you are planning to install in each rack. You need to make sure you plan ahead and buy racks that leave you room for expansion or you may find that you end up having to replace them as you grow.

Size Counts When It Comes to Server Racks

When the time comes to start shopping around for new server racks, keep in mind the fact that as you are looking at the different models, size definitely counts. In the IT equipment industry, you will find that the standard height for a server rack is 42U with each U measuring 1.75 inches thus the rack is 73.5 inches tall. You need to try and stick to units that meet industry standards unless you have a very specific reason not to.

Server Racks Offer Two Different Widths and Depths

In the IT industry you are going to find that there are two standard widths for server racks, the narrowest ones measure 19 inches and are more for computer and entertainment industry use. The wider 23 inch racks are intended more to be used in the heavy telecommunications industry usage. For many years the average depth for server racks was 20-25 inches, with the introduction of the blade server in recent years, new racks measuring 35-42 inches deep have become very common.

Choose Your Server Racks from Our Wide Selection

You’ll find just the right server racks or server cabinets that fit your application when you shop with us. We have Rackmount racks and cabinets for deep-hot running servers with square-hole rack rails, and more.

We can help you find the best server racks for your application

We carry many different server racks, including Low Profile 3U-25 Server Cabinet 22.5”D to 32”D, 4-Post Rack Frame Adjustable, from 26”D to 42”D, and others. Kendall Howard Racks, Alert-A-Rack Server Cabinet 31.5”D and 39.5”D, WC Rack Server Cabinet 36.5”D, and Premium Rack Cabinet 36”D and 42”D with square-hole rack rails, as well as Rackmount Accessories. Our Kendall Howard Racks and Computer Cabinets, such as the Extra Wide Cable Management Rack, is a high density solution for cooling your equipment. It is a necessity for data centers, or network wiring closets with many different cables.

Other Kendall Howard server racks

Another style is a Glass Front Vented Rear Doors that is our entry level cabinet. The top of the cabinet has areas where you can install up to four fans, and removable cable slots make for easy installation, for network communication lines for your application.

Cheap Server Racks Can Be the Solution to Your Storage Issues

Cheap server racks, computer racks, or server cabinets can provide the storage space that will fit into your tight space, yet still hold all of the components needed for your workers.

Cheap server racks are often efficient for smaller hardware and servers

Economical editions of server cabinets or cheap server racks are available in most styles that are similar to expensive models. Less expensive models are often smaller and more compact, and they may not have the ability to hold as much weight as more expensive models. Each model that we sell lists the weight capacity and the dimensions of hardware and components that can be stored in the server cabinet or rack.

We offer deals on cheap server racks

We charge less for our racks because we specialize in finding the best product solutions for networking, telecom, corporate training rooms, and school computer classrooms.

Used Server Racks Can Be a Great Solution

At Information Support Concepts (ISC), we have been offering mountrack solutions since 1987, and we are still helping our customers find the products that will work best for them.

We have hot deals on used server racks

Purchasing used server racks is often a great solution to getting the materials needed, while remaining cost efficient. Many of the used racks have been gently used for short periods of time, until companies changed the layout of their office and purchased new server cabinets or computer racks. Because racks maximize space and are sold in many different styles, it is not uncommon for a business to replace fairly new racks with replacements, if they remodel their computer layout or office plan.

Used server racks with great options

Racks are also sometimes replaced by companies who find that the layout that they have chosen is not working as they thought it would.

Should You Opt for Low Cost Server Racks

The time has come to add more servers to your system and you have been shopping for server racks to hold your new servers. The problem is that as you look around, you can’t help but notice the huge price range depending on where you are looking. While it can be tempting to simply go for the cheapest rack you can find, this is usually not the best alternative.

The Server Racks You Choose Must Be Built to Last

The main thing you need to keep in mind is that any server racks you buy, regardless of cost must be built to last. Although you may not be moving your racks or working on them frequently, you want racks that are not going to collapse over time with the weight of your servers or fall apart the first time you have to swap out servers. While you do not have to pay ridiculous amounts of money to get a good rack, avoid the ones that are priced at the bottom end of the scale as well.

Size Does Matter With Server Racks

If you are in the market for new server racks, you need to keep in mind that when you are looking at the different models, size definitely counts. In the industry, you will find that the standard height for a server rack is 42U with each U measuring 1.75 inches. It is highly recommended that you try to stick to units that meet industry standards unless you have a very specific reason not to.

Width and Depth Vary with Server Racks

There are two standard widths when it comes to server racks, the narrower ones measure 19 inches and are more for computer and entertainment industry use. The wider 23 inch racks are more for heavy telecommunications industry usage. Up until recently the average depth was 20-25 inches, but thanks to the introduction of the blade server, those measuring 35-42 inches deep are very common. The best way to find out what size racks you need is to measure all of your equipment before you order.

Server Racks by Any Other Name

When you get right down to it, server racks are simply enclosures that have been designed to hold your servers in a secure location. Whether you call them server racks, network equipment enclosure, network racks or server cabinets, it really does not matter as long as you buy the right ones to fit in with your specific needs. Perhaps the most important thing to remember is that you have to buy are racks that your servers are going to fit into.

Deciding What Size Server Racks You Need

As you look at the different server racks in our online catalog, there are two factors that will affect the ones that you end up buying. These are the brand of equipment you are planning to use and how much equipment you are planning to put in each rack. Try to plan ahead and buy racks that leave you room for expansion or you may find that you end up back at square one before you are really ready to buy yet more server racks.