It is no secret that data centers are noisy. With the combined sounds from HVAC (air conditioning) systems, multiple cooling fans, and other equipment, the sustained sounds can make it difficult to have conversations or even concentrate. Data center noise levels are typically about 70-80 dB, which despite being under the legal maximum acceptable 8 hour exposure level of 85 dB, are still severe enough to pose risks to hearing and distract from mentally demanding work.Read More
We recently participated at DesignCon 2020 in Santa Clara, where thousands of professionals from across the high-speed communications and semiconductor industries came together for three days.Read More
On November 14th, we held our Fall 2019 Happy Hour event at Scott’s Seafood in downtown San Jose. In the past 25 years that Pactech has been in business, we have seen a shift in cabling connectivity from the era of PCs to Cloud Storage, Data Centers, and Mobile Applications, and have also ventured into the automotive, robotics, and AI industries. Beyond a successful one-stop shop over a supply chain with global logistic support, we have transformed into a solutions provider capable of customization, innovation, and automation.Read More
Today’s cooling fans come in many different shapes and sizes, so the impact of a fan power adapter cable’s design is more important than ever.Read More
Graphics processing hardware packs large amounts of power and contains different components that work together harmoniously. These components include connectors and power cables, as well as display and cooling. Connecting to the power supply with standard PCIe connectors and cables tackles the issues of space constraints. The routing of the power cable, display cable, and fan cable imposes a significant impact on airflow.Read More
On May 9th, Pactech hosted a Spring 2019 Happy Hour Gathering at Scott’s Seafood in downtown San Jose. It was a relaxing yet meaningful time of networking and learning about our guests’ interests, projects, and needs, all while discussing Pactech’s High-Speed Inter-connectivity Solutions for 10G/25G/40G/100G/200G/400G capabilities.Read More
When it comes to connecting high-speed components inside your PC, peripheral component interconnect express (PCIe) connections are essential. For the growing number of people who desire high resolution and powerful graphics processing units (GPU) or graphics cards, which are key to smooth gaming experiences, as well as video streaming, internet browsing, Photoshop or image processing, or video editing, PCIe connectors are necessary to connect the GPUs to enhance power supply units (PSU).Read More
Ever since Subway let customers build their own sandwiches, customization has become a major trend in the consumer experience. We see it in the food industry, with companies such as Chipotle offering a vast array of options for burrito toppings. We see it in the classic example of pizza parlors.
Yet, customization on its own is not enough. Consumers want what they want, along with speed and value. This has led to innovative practices such as fast-fire ovens that bake pizzas in 3 minutes (Blaze Pizza) and automated sushi makers that assemble and plate a sushi roll in about a minute (Fusian Sushi).Read More
Under the current trend of computing and networking, data centers play the centralized role to collect and process the big data in the cloud. Since there is a crucial need for using extension “jumper” power cords for inter-rack PDU, Pactech launched a full set of commonly used IEC 60320 jumper power cords as today’s data center solutions.