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Tripp Lite manufactures power protection, power supply and regulatory compliance solutions for hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Medical-grade UPS systems, isolation transformers, mobile power kits, power strips and surge suppressors support equipment inside and outside patient care areas, complying with key standards like UL 60601-1 and 1363A.

Tripp Lite

 •  March 1, 2015

By Jim Folk The convenience of power strips is undeniable, but the hazards they present in hospitals and other health care facilities are less well-known. Because misused power strips can endanger patients and staff, strict regulations govern how and where they are used. Failure to follow regulations can lead to code violations, citations, fines ...

Tripp Lite

 •  February 10, 2015

Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, has added a new 8-port serial console server to its already extensive line of console servers. With the B094-008-2E-V 8-port serial console server, users can securely access servers, routers, network switches, UPS systems, PDUs and other IT devices in-band or ...

Tripp Lite

 •  February 9, 2015

Annual list recognizes technology vendors that power, support and protect today’s data centers through channel partners
Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, today announced that it has been recognized in The Channel Company’s annual CRN Data Center 100 list, featuring technology vendors whose ...

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 •  February 5, 2015

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a categorical waiver allowing the use of power strips in new and existing healthcare facility patient care rooms, if the provider/supplier is in compliance with all applicable 2012 Life Safety Code (LSC) power strip requirements and with all other 2000 LSC electrical system and ...

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 •  January 19, 2015

Wall-mounted racks are often used to organize and secure IT equipment at the edge of a company network, for example, in branch offices, classrooms, retail spaces and other remote locations. In recent years, the growth in cloud computing, powerful mobile devices, and the use of video for digital signage and security have required branch locations ...

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 •  January 8, 2015

Chicago, IL (January 8, 2015)—Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, has introduced a market first—network-grade PDUs with a built-in Gigabit Ethernet switch. These PDU Ethernet Switch Combos merge a PDU and unmanaged network switch into a single 1U device, saving IT managers valuable rack space. ...

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 •  November 17, 2014

Growing demand for computing power and constraints on physical space have led to even more densely packed rack enclosures. As the number of rack-mounted servers, blade servers, network switches and routers has increased, so has the need for more power in the rack. The ability to deliver this power in the most efficient way while conserving rack ...

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 •  November 12, 2014

Healthcare facilities can breathe easier knowing they will not be cited by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for using power strips, or relocatable power taps, in patient care areas—as long as they use them appropriately. That approach, detailed by CMS in a Sept. 26 letter to state survey agency directors, is far more flexible ...

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 •  November 7, 2014

For hospital HTM departments, the announcement in September by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that it would allow the use of power strips in patient care areas came as welcome news.1 But don’t assume that the power-strip saga that began last summer is over. Those who have followed the developments involving so-called ...

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 •  October 31, 2014

KVM Switches are used in IT environments across a wide range of industries for benefits ranging from reducing desktop clutter to enabling remote access of network devices. If you haven’t integrated KVM Switches into your data center design, it’s time well spent to consider how you can use them to improve your operations. In brief, a KVM Switch ...