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Data Center Installations

Central Computers is ok on no-name server components, but not at all for
rack / cabling / power / management / etc.  Micro Center was right next to
places I go to eat over there, but all gone.

I can almost see Frys off Lawrence/Scott from here, and there's a Graybar 3
miles the other direction.  They no longer welcome me at that Graybar with
my first name, I spent too much time ordering online for delivery and / or
doing datacenters up in SF / the Peninsula, but there were a few years in
the 90s...

BTW, if you're sweating the cost on your cable wrap velcro, you're missing
something.  Your time is more valuable than all the above.

On Wed, May 8, 2013 at 5:29 PM, Jeroen van Aart <jeroen at mompl.net> wrote:

> On 05/01/2013 10:05 PM, shawn wilson wrote:
>> I'm more impressed with MicroCenter than Frys (at least the Frys south if
>> SF).
> Too bad the Micro Center in Santa Clara along hwy 101 closed shop a year
> or so ago. According to them the owner of the building raised the lease
> price too much. The closest one for the bay Area now is LA... But I too
> liked them better than frys. It looks like in frys most time I spend
> dodging pushy sales people. You can't look at a thing for more than 10
> seconds before some creepster walks over asking if you need help.
> A good alternative for the Bay Area is Central Computers. They even have a
> healthy selection of server hardware, including cases and motherboards:
> http://www.centralcomputers.**com/commerce/catalog/**
> spcategory.jsp?category_id=**1573<http://www.centralcomputers.com/commerce/catalog/spcategory.jsp?category_id=1573>
> Greetings,
> Jeroen
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