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Yes, People Care About Smart Home Ecosystems
There are a few things integrators can do to stand out from the competition. One that rarely comes to mind - but should - is equipment rack design. A well done equipment rack can be the ultimate sign of craftsmanship, while a poorly done rack with a rat’s nest of wires and overheating components can ruin an integration firm’s reputation.
This Advantage Series White Paper will help integrators build professional racks. From ensuring thermal management is properly done to taking physical and remote access into consideration and common design mistakes to avoid, these best practice tips will help wow clients with beautiful equipment racks.