Vendor-neutral DCIM software to monitor data centers and IT locations. Easily scalable, secure visibility wherever you go.
DCIM can deliver a Datacenter Management as a Service (DMaaS) architecture, purpose-built for the hybrid IT and data center environments.

This architecture delivers a new standard for proactive insights on critical assets that impact the health and availability of an IT environment with the ability to deliver actionable real-time recommendations to optimize infrastructure performance and mitigate risk.


Active IOT Sensors for Datacenter Monitoring

Active sensors designed to protect against physical, environmental or human threats that can cause disruption or downtime to IT infrastructure. This scalable suite of networked appliances (the brains of the system), sensors, access controls and cameras is designed to safeguard environments ranging in size from network closets to data centers.

The modular design allows for common sensors among the appliances. Optional user-defined alerts can be sent in a variety of formats and are easily integrated into event escalation policies.

For management of multiple appliances, use available, central management consoles, including tagging of important video clips.
A scalable suite of intelligent appliances with environmental sensors, access controls, and cameras for data centers and distributed environments.


Room Monitoring

Room or rack level monitoring for temperature, humidity, smoke, fluid leak, etc.

Third Party Sensor Monitoring

Third party sensor monitoring for chillers, generators, window breaks, chemical processes, etc.

Video Surveillance

Video surveillance clips at the room, row, or rack level working in conjunction with door and rack access alerts.


A rack power distribution unit (PDU) is a device with multiple outlets designed to distribute power to networking equipment within a rack, including servers, storage devices and other equipment. For example, a 42U rack cabinet loaded with 42 1U servers, that’s 42 cords you have to find outlets for. PDUs solve this problem by taking the power supplied to the rack and distributing it via multiple outlets to the rack’s servers and networking equipment.

Intelligent or “smart” PDUs can be broken down into three categories:

1. Metered PDU

2. Monitored PDU

3. Switched PDU


Leading-edge enclosure solutions address many of the emerging trends and issues IT managers face today by incorporating new features and benefits that allow customers to create a more effective IT environment. Increasing server depths combined with the requirement for more effective cable management and power distribution has led to a need for deeper enclosures.

Increasing power densities have led to a need for enclosures that provide superior ventilation. Varying IT requirements have led to a need for a more robust offering of enclosure sizes and options. The desire for quick deployment of IT solutions has led to a need for enclosure solutions that are easy to use and install.