New data monitoring solution to launch at Data Centre World 2014

Green IT

by Kate Heslop| 13 January 2014

Synapsys to launch cost-effective power monitoring solution at Data Centre World in February.

Synapsys Solutions, a developer of communication solutions, has revealed that it will launch its new SIPp power monitoring solution at Data Centre World in February.

Synapsys' new SIPp power monitoring solution aims to offer a flexible and cost-effective way to give managers all the performance data they need, so they can monitor the power and energy use to minimise the risk of downtime.

The SIPp solution is markted as having a user-friendly dashboard display that presents real-time data in an easy to read format. Users can create customised displays that give instance access to relevant data on power usage and performance.

The data provided by the SIPp system gives insight into actual rack power usage and monitors customers' power usage down to individual rack level, protecting the integrity and safety of the network by identifying potential uptime issues within the data centre.

Harvey Roft, MD at Synapsys Solutions, commented: "We know from our extensive experience in energy monitoring and BMS interfacing that data centres have a real need for accurate, real-time power monitoring information in a more accessible format, so we developed our new SIPp range to provide an easy-to-use, cost-effective option."

Data Centre World takes place in London on February 26-27.

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