AFCOM Roundup: nlyte, OSIsoft, Geist, Algae-X

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There were a number of new announcements emerging from the AFCOM Data Center World conference this week in Orlando. Here’s a roundup:

OSIsoft and nlyte Software Partner on DCIM – nlyte Software, the leading independent provider of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solutions, and OSIsoft, provider of the PI System, the industry standard for the management of real-time data and events, today announced a strategic partnership and integrated offering. OSIsoft and nlyte Software customers gain the ability to visualize, report and act on real-time information delivering predictive intelligence and management control across the data center. The combined solution takes data from OSIsoft’s PI System real-time infrastructure and directly populates the nlyte performance management database (PMDB) to facilitate “precision DCIM.” Accomplished through technical integration, as well as through coordinated marketing, sales and services activities; the integrated offering is available immediately.

Geist Debuts RackNet Software – Geist debuted its new software solution called Racknet at AFCOM this week. Racknet provides a single point of access for monitoring multiple aspects of a data center infrastructure, including temperature, humidity, power, and more. With the ability to auto-discover SNMP devices, Racknet decreases set-up time by auto-populating monitored devices. Racknet’s intuitive interface allows for easy drag and drop configurations that let users customize their system by inserting their own floor plans and logos.

ALGAE-X STS 7000 Series Premieres- ALGAE-X International (AXI) used the Data Center World expo to introduce its STS-7000 Series Programmable Automated Fuel Filtration Systems with a touch screen programmable logic controller and remote monitoring.The New STS-7000 Series is equipped with a Touch Screen Controller for more intuitive system setup and monitoring from remote locations. AXI’s Systems preserve the integrity of stored fuel.

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.