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Gateview Announces Next Generation Power Distribution Unit (PDU) Availability
Gateview Technologies, a technology company focused on IT power distribution for data centers, announced the availability of its next-generation, rack-mount Power Distribution Unit (PDU)- PowerLOK. The new single- and three-phase rack PDU keeps servers running efficiently and at a lower cost compared to traditional legacy powerstrips offered on the market today. In partnership with Power Distribution, Inc, Gateview will display PowerLOK at 7x24 Exchange's Fall 2019 Conference, October 27-30, 2019, Phoenix, AZ (Booth #1 and 1C). 

"Gateview is building a better rack-mount PDU from the inside out," said John Day, Founder and CEO, Gateview. "Our rigorous engineering, design, testing, and manufacturing processes are created from hands-on research and direct PDU user feedback to ensure that the PowerLOK provides higher reliability and more efficient operations for mission-critical facilities."

In its first release, PowerLOK will offer 20 and 30 amps, with expanded product lines offered in 2020. The PDU's unique, innovative customizations include:

  • Patent-pending CordLOK, cord-locking system for easy insertion, retention, and detachment of plugs into the receptacles with a single hand.
  • Machine-soldered connections from the line cord to the receptacles to eliminate the need for less reliable, fast-on insulation displacement connectors or hand-soldered terminations.
  • A touchscreen display to monitor outlets on the group level and a swipeable display that helps eliminate the need for external, mechanical push buttons.

PowerLOK is currently available. Future orders may be placed via Gateview's pending online configurator. The self-directed customization tool will allow customers to build their rack PDU from a range of tens of thousands of standard options and a custom portal will generate a detailed CAD model, specification sheet, and a quote.

Published Friday, October 25, 2019 11:04 AM by David Marshall
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