Mumbai, July 15 (UNI) Global Data Center Management (GDCM), a leading provider of data centre management solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with APW President Systems, a provider of data centre infrastructure, to distribute its nlyte solution across India.
APW President Systems will be solely responsible for engaging new customers in the region, managing local implementation and providing ongoing support. nlyte is aimed at helping organisations achieve a complete view of their data centres, allowing them to intelligently manage power consumption, reduce greenhouse emissions and increase the lifetime of assets, among other benefits, according to a release from APW President Systems.
Company Chief Operating Offcier Pramod Agashe said in the release that the partnership would offer an opportunity to its customers to migrate to next generation data centre management systems to take their planning and green IT strategies to the next level. As an established leader in the data centre infrastructure management space, APW President Systems has been innovating for over 26 years to help customers in planning and maintaining high energy efficiency levels, optimising space for their equipment, and monitoring and supporting them in managing their data centre assets, he said.
nlyte is the only data centre management tool to provide an intelligent and automated view of all physical and virtual assets and virtual workgroups within the data centre, using a web-based graphical user interface. Designed to help data centre managers make the most of their IT investments while minimising complexity and costs, it allows companies to model and manage their hardware, capacity, power, cooling, networking and space, reduce redundancy, enhance optimization and pro-actively forecast and plan the deployment of their assets.
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