Panduit Corp., a provider of next-generation Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solutions, recently announced that Gartner (News - Alert), Inc. has positioned the company in the “Visionaries” quadrant of the first-ever Magic Quadrant for Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Tools. The company stood tall on 16 criteria for completeness of vision and ability to execute.
“The Panduit mission is to change the face of data center infrastructure management,” said Jack Tison, Panduit CTO, in a press release. “We provide our customers with improved data center capacity utilization through actionable intelligence about their power, space, cooling, assets, and network connectivity to maximize return on assets (ROA). To this end, our SmartZone DCIM Solution offers real-time monitoring, alerting and visualization of facilities, network, and IT components and our recent acquisition of SynapSense allows us to provide an advanced means of cooling efficiency and control automation.”
Panduit offers solutions that connect, manage and automate physical infrastructure. Panduit Unified Physical Infrastructure (UPI)-based solutions help customers integrate core business systems for a smarter, unified business foundation. The company’s robust partner ecosystem, global staff, and unmatched service and support make Panduit a valuable and trusted partner.
In related news, Panduit Corp recently announced the global launch of SmartZone Rack Energy Kits that allow smaller data centers to cost effectively integrate data center infrastructure management (DCIM) capabilities. Panduit SmartZone Solutions deliver comprehensive energy efficiency and physical infrastructure management through a range of intelligent products and systems.
SmartZone Rack Energy Kits provide easier installation through non- and minimally-invasive device options that add and overlay intelligence into cabinets and manage multiple data points through one single IP address. Data is displayed through an intuitive GUI platform that delivers accurate and actionable information, which small data centers can use to optimize operational efficiencies, reduce costs, and increase resiliency of their data center environments.