To deliver on the resiliency, security, and sustainability that customers demand, leaders need to evolve the way they monitor, manage, plan and model their physical infrastructure. DCF’S Rich Miller and Schneider Electric’s Kevin Brown will discuss the evolution of DCIM software during a September 14 webinar.
Schneider Electric is a global name in the power management sector. They have worked with a variety of data center providers to ensure they are operating at peak power efficiency. Schneider Electric is an active player in the Open Compute Project, pushing the envelope for rack and power equipment design.
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New architectures require more visibility into infrastructure in order to make informed decisions. Learn how DCIM software can help IT leaders manage physical infrastructure management and improve the bottom line.
Sepehr Zarrabi, Solution Sales Engineer at Schneider Electric, explores the benefits of integrating building management system (BMS) software and electrical power management system (EPMS) software into one cohesive and seamless platform.
Data-driven technologies and AI integration are helping modern DCIM tools make an impact in the data center and hyperscale space. Here’s a look at how this works, featuring Schneider Electric and Digital Realty.
Before 2000 and before the more extensive deployment of Internet companies, the data center was seen as a simple business function, meaning it was seen as a tool and cost-center for many businesses. In this article from Schneider Electric, learn more about key DCIM attributes and how the data center value equation has evolved.
In the early days of DCIM software tools, data centers tended to be centralized for a given organization and few in number. Learn how you can apply new DCIM solutions to improve operations and your bottom line in this article featuring Schneider Electric.
Microgrids can provide data centers with new options on how to provision and manage power, offering more ways to add renewables and improve uptime. Our 6 DCF Roundtable experts explore the future of data center microgrids.
As data center infrastructure becomes more complex and distributed, the role of software becomes more important. Explore the evolution of data center management software, with insights from Schneider Electric.
After several years of active discussion of diversity, equity and inclusion, how is the data center industry doing? Our DCF Roundtable panel of 6 industry thought leaders assesses the progress thus far, and the work that lies ahead.
IT users have a growing universe of options to deploy their applications and services. Today our DCF Data Center Executive Roundtable panel examines how cloud and edge architectures are shaping customer deployment decisions.