OEM Rack

OEM Rack server is a device used to place servers and other supporting devices such as routers, switches and others. The goal is to make maintenance easy and easy if we have additional devices and servers that also Look neat.

In manufacturing companies, we often hear the terms OEM and ODM. OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturers, while ODM stands for Original Design Manufacturers.

Original equipment manufacturer is a company that produces products or components which are then purchased by other companies or retailers using the trademarks of the company. Generally, there are three types of quality products sold in the market, namely original, OEM, and KW.

Server Rack Specifications The server

The rack has a unit of U. 1U means 44.45 mm and if you want to buy this product, generally the seller will ask for the size in U units.In the server rack there is already a FAN / fan which functions to cool your devices and also inside. The rack server already has a power socket which is often called a PDU.

There are several types of, including the following:

Wallmount Rack

Wall Mount OEM Rack server racks is a server rack that is placed on a wall, and is small in size ranging from 4U to 15U but generally 8U is often used, according to your needs.

Close Rack / Standing Rack

Close rack is a server rack that is similar to our cabinets at home and this type of rack is the most expensive among other rack types

Open OEM Rack

Open OEM Rack is very simple, open rack only has a place to place servers and other devices because the position is open and open rack is the cheapest among other rack types.

Each manufacturer has its own specifications in creating their products with the aim of being the best. What is clear is that the standard width of the rack server is 19 inches. The use of racks for servers is obviously very important. Besides being able to secure servers from various types of dangers such as shocks.

Using this server rack is also able to add neatness and is also easy when you are doing maintenance or adding servers.