When businesses need to group one type of server in with similar kinds, rack mount computer cases are brought in. Holding as many as 40 single servers, they feature common temperature-monitoring systems, linked drive bays and up to a maximum of 10 air-bearing fans for optimized cooling. Common power inputs and wiring capabilities make rack mount computer cases the way to go for growing businesses.
Many cases will accommodate different types and sizes of servers as they become available on the marketplace. As such, many businesses, especially banks, keep a set of servers in one case that perform debit transactions only. Another case can house the servers that keep track of electronic transfers and so on. In this manner, the technicians in charge of the system know where to look when there's a problem and still have room to grow if the system requires it.
Rack mount computer cases also come in a portable version for those businesses that need to move large amounts of computers from place to place for presentations and other functions. When the military moves personnel into a previously uninhabited area to set up shop, one of the items being delicately brought into play are banks of rack mounted computers in portable cases.
Designed to protect delicate electronic equipment from damage during the move, these portable cases can safely house up to 40 individual serves on sliding rack mounts with small shock absorbers to limit damage from vibration and handling. No army moves without computers and the only way to move banks and banks of servers from one place to another is with portable rack mount computer cases. These portable cases are dustproof, water resistant and require low maintenance to be used for many years.
Portable rack mount computer cases have become the choice for anyone moving rack mounted computer servers for mobile workstation set-ups, communications and electronics equipment, medical instruments and server banks. About the Author