Monthly Archives: June 2013

Call to Action: Creating DCIM Sub-Segment framework.

We spent a lot of time in the DCIM industry educating. Educating ourselves, educating our peers, educating prospects, and educating analysts. One of the problems however is everyone’s point of view about DCIM is different. There is really very little factual reference … Continue reading

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Data Center Professionals Discuss Their ‘New’ Challenges

In a recent series of meetings across the USA (and in London), and in conjunction with RFcode and ServerTech, we discussed the new challenges facing the data center and how DCIM can be applied to solve many of these. We discussed the … Continue reading

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How many environmental sensors do I need?

Seems like a nit, but I have been inundated with questions about environmental sensing in the data center over the past few months. First of all, let me say that this level of renewed interest in what could be confused as … Continue reading

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Data Center Crossroad: Smarter or Bigger?

Over the past few quarters, it has become clear that there are two data center camps forming; 1) the Traditionalists and 2) the Pioneers.  The Traditionalists are the folks that have grown up in IT for 20+ years, have a hands-on relationship … Continue reading

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