The iFRAME? Network Hardware Management System saves valuable data center floor space, provides more than 10% more rack space, looks much more organized and clean, and has one fifth the parts. The iFRAME? Network Hardware Management System was designed to align with two-foot data center floor tiles. That means eleven racks fit in the space of ten without sacrificing cable capacity. Because the top rack position is not lost to J-bolts when fastening ladder to the top, an extra rack ?U? is gained. More than 10% more rack space in the same floor space. The cornerstone of the iFRAME? Network Hardware Management System is the iFRAME? Column. The iFRAME? Column is a super strong I-beam that gets bolted vertically to the floor every two feet. Network equipment is mounted between the columns while cable is run within the column. The exceptional strength of the columns supports a full complement of network gear from top to bottom. No longer is there any need to tie the top of each rack to the wall for rigidity or leave the top of a rack unused as with traditional cable management systems. The 2? mounting pitch for the columns allows the iFRAME? Columns to align with the raised floor and dropped ceiling floor grid, greatly simplifying installation. Most of all, the space between two columns forms an EIA-310-D compliant rack - there?s no rack to order or assemble.
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