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Server cabinet racks are structures designed to house technical equipment, such as servers, routers, hubs, and switches. They are often used in data centers or communication closets to house a business’s IT hardware but can also be used in extensive at-home setups.
Server racks offer a secure and organized way to house and arrange IT equipment. They aid in wire management and are optimized to keep systems cool by encouraging proper airflow. In some cases, they include fans and other cooling equipment.
Server rack cabinets are built to house servers, monitors, UPSs, or other similar devices. Although their dimensions can vary, they are usually much deeper than network racks since they house bigger equipment. They also typically have doors and side panels as well as perforation in the front door and rear panels for ventilation.
Network racks, on the other hand, are used to store routers, patch panels, and other networking equipment. They are usually shallower than server racks, have a glass or plastic front door, and don’t have perforated panels.
Server racks come in three different types:
Server racks also come in different sizes that are measured by height via “rack units.” This refers to how many 1.75-inch tall spaces a rack can accommodate. The common 42U rack, for example, contains 42 rack units. “Half-racks” of 22U or 27U are also common. This is then paired with the width and depth of the rack to create its official size.