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Giovanni Coglitore: Computer rack cooling system with variable airflow impedance. Rackable Systems, Cooley Godward Kronish, March 24, 2009: US07508663 (103 worldwide citation)

A computer system includes a computer rack configured to support a plurality of computer chassis in a computer stack region of the computer rack; a cooling plenum configured to draw air from a back side of a computer chassis supported in the computer rack and exhaust the air through an outlet port; ...


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Giovanni Coglitore, Nikolai Gallo, Jack Randall: High density computer equipment storage system. Rackable Systems, Morrison & Foerster, December 17, 2002: US06496366 (103 worldwide citation)

This involves the efficient placement of multiple computers within a given site. The available density of computer systems that may be provided at a location is advantageously increased through various features. By placement of access space to all elements which require periodic attention at the fro ...


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Giovanni Coglitore, Nikolai Gallo, Jack Randall: Computer rack cooling system. Rackable Systems, Morrison & Foerster, November 23, 2004: US06822859 (89 worldwide citation)

A system including a computer rack and a plurality of computers provided in the computer rack is provided. Each computer includes a computer chassis containing at least a processor and a data storage device and a plenum extending from the computer rack for channeling cooling air from the plurality o ...


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Giovanni Coglitore, Nikolai Gallo, Jack Randall: Computer rack cooling system. Rackable Systems, Morrison & Foerster, October 17, 2006: US07123477 (87 worldwide citation)

Computer systems and methods of operating a computer system are described. The computer system can include a computer rack; a first stack and a second stack provided in the computer rack, each stack comprising one or more computers; a first cooling plenum configured such that cooling air can flow be ...


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Giovanni Coglitore: Computer rack with power distribution system. Rackable Systems, Morrison & Foerster, February 6, 2007: US07173821 (78 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a computer rack, frame or system having a direct current power supply positioned at the upper portion of the rack. In one variation, the DC power supply is placed in the highest shelf in the computer rack. In another variation, the DC power supply is placed on top of the com ...


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Matthew P Casebolt: Rack-mounted air deflector. Rackable Systems, MacPherson Kwok Chen & Heid, Hugh H Matsubayashi, October 23, 2007: US07286345 (63 worldwide citation)

One or more air deflection assemblies are used to redirect air emitted by computers in a rack-based computer system. These air deflection assemblies may be used to redirect air emerging horizontally out of the back sides of computers into a vertically-oriented exhaust plenum. This can eliminate the ...


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Giovanni Coglitore, Nikolai Gallo, Jack Randall: High density computer equipment storage system. Rackable Systems, Morrison & Foerster, May 25, 2004: US06741467 (49 worldwide citation)

A computer chassis is provided having a front section, a rear section having a port positioned to align with a port in an auxiliary chassis, and mounting portions configured to interface with opposable portions across a rack.


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Giovanni Coglitore, Matthew P Casebolt, Jack E Randall, Nikolai S Gallo: Directional fan assembly. Rackable Systems, Cooley Godward Kronish, May 13, 2008: US07372695 (46 worldwide citation)

A computer system having a fan assembly is provided. In one example, the computer system includes a computer chassis for mounting with a computer rack, the computer chassis comprising a front portion and a rear portion and including a main board. The computer system further includes a fan assembly p ...


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Giovanni Coglitore, Nikolai Gallo, Jack Randall: High density computer equipment storage systems. Rackable Systems, Morrison & Foerster, February 1, 2005: US06850408 (42 worldwide citation)

A computer is provided having a main board with I/O connectors mounted thereon, and a chassis including a front panel providing access to the I/O connectors and to all components requiring intermittent access provided for the computer.


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Giovanni Coglitore, Nikolai Gallo, Jack Randall: Computer chassis for dual offset opposing main boards. Rackable Systems, Morrison & Foerster, December 23, 2003: US06667891 (37 worldwide citation)

This invention involves the efficient placement of a pair of main boards within a given computer chassis. The available density of CPUs and main boards that may be provided for a given chassis height is advantageously increased through the use of a dual opposing main board configuration. With this c ...