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Panduit Net-Verse cabinets for scalability now available

Panduit has made available its new Net-Verse Cabinets with a flexible design for applications that require scalability, security and cost efficiency in on premises and colocation/cloud data centre or enterprise deployments.

Complimenting the company’s line of configurable and energy efficient Net-Access Cabinets and featuring front and rear doors with a generous 69 per cent opening for optimised airflow, the Net-Verse is designed for applications that require optimal thermal management within the latest containment environments.

Adaptive design features include fully adjustable equipment rails that cater to both server and switch applications. The cabinets also have enhanced physical security features such as multi-point locking front and rear doors and locking side panels.

For high density compute environments, its versatility is supported by two full length combination PDU/lashing brackets that can accommodate up to 2 PDU’s, including Panduit’s recently launched Smartzone G5 Intelligent PDU, on each side of the cabinet.

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