[ale] FYI: SUSE9.0/Home Power Networking
danlambert at bellsouth.net
Fri Feb 6 18:15:38 EST 2004
Everybody knows the company. A lot of you use our products everyday, and
don't think anything about it.
I just happen to work in the Availability Enhancement Group, which is the
group charged with creating products to keep your networks cruising with the
highest uptime possible. My area is working with UPS and battery systems for
large scale applications like datacenters and industrial UPS applications. I
work in the engineering department as a technical product manager.
We are at http://www.apc.com and if you look in products, and Surge
Protection and Power Conditioning products, there are a lot of useful
devices like the ProtectNet products that are useful in network applications
as well as SOHO situations.
Small to large, I think we can provide for the majority of your needs.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ale-bounces at ale.org [mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org]On Behalf Of Dow
> Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 5:53 PM
> To: Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
> Subject: Re: [ale] FYI: SUSE9.0/Home Power Networking
> Would you give us a link or some examples of actual devices
> good for protecting an Ethernet connection and also devices
> good for DSL or Cable modem surge protection? Put in the
> link to the company you work for so we can take a looksee at
> your products. I am always looking for solutions to this
> type problem. Thanks for the tech note too as I didn't know
> that devices were designed for this. I just thought that
> UPSes would filter "noise".
> Dan Lambert wrote:
> > UPS' and surge arrestors use an electronic filter to remove the noise
> > element from the sine wave that the power follows. There are
> surge arrestors
> > with filters specifically designed to allow Ethernet frequencies and
> > voltages through the, so you can have your cake and eat it, too.
> > The company I work for makes a broad variety of surge arrestors
> and power
> > stabilization equipment, and we offer several that are designed for this
> > type of application.
> > You just have to chose the right tool for the application.
> > Dan
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