Roundup: iTRACS, CoreLink, IO, Green House

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Here’s our review of noteworthy links for the data center industry for December 19th:

iTRACS Enhances DCIM Software –  iTRACS Corporation today announced the release of its CPIM iCDC v2.4.1 software, which offers iTRACS customers a range of enhanced DCIM capabilities, including more robust intelligent capacity planning, space management, and dynamic modeling features to help accelerate knowledge-based decision-making and change management in today’s most complex infrastructure environments. This latest release helps users simplify the adoption and ongoing maintenance of their DCIM solution, optimize the accuracy of their data center models without any manual intervention, and generate a higher continuous return on their DCIM investment.”This release extends the capabilities of the CPIM™ portfolio as it creates proven, continuous business value for our customers,” said Elizabeth Given, President and CEO of iTRACS. “Customers will see quantifiable improvements in how efficiently they can manage the complex interrelationships between assets, conduct moves, adds, and changes, and commission assets.

IO Modules Selected by Avnet Technology Solutions – Modular data center service provider IO been awarded a contract from Avnet Technology Solutions, the global IT solutions distribution leader, the company said today. As part of this new agreement, IO will provide Avnet Technology Solutions with Data Center as a Service (DCaaS) at IO Phoenix, delivered through its modular technology platform IO Anywhere. “IO is fundamentally changing the way customers purchase and scale their data center infrastructures,” said Tim FitzGerald, vice president, Data Center Technology Solutions Practices, Avnet Technology Solutions, Americas. “IO’s capabilities will enable us to expand our managed and cloud services within the Avnet Data Center Lifecycle Services portfolio to support the future data center needs of our partners and their customers.”

CoreLink Data Centers to Support Seattle Computing - CoreLink Data Centers has added Seattle Computing to its client roster. CoreLink will provide network infrastructure support to the IT service provider from its Seattle data center facilities, further strengthening the existing enterprise services Seattle Computing provides to its small-to-medium sized customers. “CoreLink and Seattle Computing are both dedicated to delivering unmatched service levels that our respective companies perform in support of our own businesses,” said Chris Nordstrom, Seattle Computing’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We are confident that by entrusting CoreLink to meet our customers’ IT infrastructure support requirements, they will receive the same quality services they’ve grown accustomed to.”

Zayo Connects to Green House Data in Cheyenne – Zayo Group announces the completion of a fiber build into the Green House Data facility, Wyoming’s first multi-tenant data center, offering cloud hosting and colocation services. In addition to the build, Zayo will provide IP Transit service to Green House Data while enabling on-net connectivity to its 70 tenants from 24 states and 3 countries. “We’re excited to add Zayo to our data “enter in Cheyenne, a growing hub of data center activity,” said Shawn Mills, President of Green House Data. “Leveraging Zayo’s nationwide metro and long haul fiber network supports our customers’ growing bandwidth needs.”

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Colleen Miller is a journalist and social media specialist. She has more than two decades of writing and editing experience, with her most recent work dedicated to the online space. Colleen covers the data center industry, including topics such as modular, cloud and storage/big data.