We received several requests earlier this week for codemicro.com review popular computer components. What is a category of IT equipment most commonly in demand right now? What is a strategy to assure your IT gear runs optimally and without fail? A popular computer component we will review here today is the powersupply: why do they break down so often and what can be done to mitigate risk of failure?
It seems that computer power supplies, various types and sorts of powersupplies from small AC adapters (for example the IBM 83h6339 AC Powersupply) to the big powersuppliesfor rackmounted networking equipment (for instance the Compaq-163744001-Refurbished), seem to go out quite often. This is a problem because these powersupplies are critical to operating computer equipment at their peak and making sure that they function correctly. So why do they go out so often? Our customers report that power supplies break down because of the moving parts such as fans, and are prone to overheating (they also have parts that specifically overheat such capacitors) and this can often cause failures. Powersupplies also endure much stress, such as power surges and power outages which contribute to failures. And of course many powersupplies run 24/7/365 so they get much wear and tare. Therefore there’s the need to make sure that your power supplies are working at top condition. What can be done to mitigate risk? One common tactic (having saved many an IT professional’s career!) many of our clients adopt is to make sure they are stocked up on spare power supplies for their most critical equipment (servers, data storage equipment, network communication equipment and the like). At codemicro.com we specialize in provide our clients with mission critical powersupplies and help stock up on spare and backup powersupplies. Visit us today and select from our vast selection of powersupplies by all major manufacturers, or pick up your phone (call toll free: 866-419-6615)and speak with our trained IT professionals to assist you with your powersupply requirements. You can never prepare too much or too soon.
Stay tuned for upcoming codemicro.com reviews of popular computer replacement parts and strategies to help you manage your IT equipment.
As Valentine’s Day approaches – love is in the air, but we can’t always afford to have what we’d truly love especially when it comes to our computer systems. Every minute of the day computer manufacturers around the world are churning out some 400 plus million units of PC’s and servers, tempting us with the latest technology, purporting them to be the greatest, the fastest, the most user-friendly, the most energy-efficient and tomorrow – it’s replaced by something even greater and more omnipotent. The point being the computer industry is an ever evolving machine churning out tomorrow’s replacements. What a vicious trap they set and what of the waste?
Your data flow is the heart of your business, the light of your eBusiness life – we get that and, on Valentines Day, show it a little love. Keep your existing “computer relationships” alive and running at top performance with freshly recycled products. Code Micro’s got everything you’re looking for – especially, the “hard-to-find-parts” at the best prices you’ll find on the internet; products from solid manufacturers like affordable Juniper replacement parts, Extreme Networks Altitude wireless equipment, and so many more. . . . . Don’t buy new – buy recycled, and “Love the One You’re With!”
Also: stay tuned because coming up later this week, codemicro.com reviews several hard-to-find Dell Poweredge redundant powersupplies that are in much demand.
Did you know that, in general, the original owner of a laptop only keeps it for three years before it’s disposed of?! A cell phone is kept for even less time, on average 2 years before it’s tossed. Tragically, 85% of all e-waste does not get recycled, amounting to more than 3 million tons in the US alone. And it is not only cell phones and laptops, but even the large servers and networking equipment which are routinely thrown out. Such a waste! Imagine, when you’re looking at larger items like APC Power Modules or Nortel Passport Power Supplies. The toll on our landfills, not to speak of our wallets, is staggering. We have decided to do something about that.
Re-using and recycling IT hardware is not only good for the planet, it saves you on average 70% over the cost of replacing with new! This is why at Code Micro we specialize in quality refurbished computer equipment to keep your business running: popular brands like Sun Sparc, IBM X series, HP servers, Dell Servers and of course APC and Nortel equipment. So visit us today at www.codemicro.com, we’re committed to keeping your business running and our planet green.