Nlyte Software Debuts Nlyte 7.5

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Nlyte releases version 7.5 of its DCIM software with advanced workflow engine, and RF Code launches a new wireless sensor for APC Electric 8000 Series PDUs.

Nlyte releases version 7.5.  Nlyte Software introduced version 7.5 of its DCIM software, with its advanced workflow engine which couples asset lifecycle management with project resource management. New capabilities in 7.5 further enable the customer to receive the fiscal benefits of proactive lifecycle management within the data center, improving IT efficiencies and productivity. The Nlyte 7.5 Workflow Manager improves operational efficiency through the introduction of intelligent business process and resource management and enhanced task management. Progress in each project as it is made, can be tracked and compared to the original plan, resources can be allocated dynamically based on their unique availability, and work items can be pushed to individual users with prioritization.

“Nlyte 7.5 delivers on our continued vision to provide the industry’s leading DCIM platform, and it further delivers on our vision for helping customers achieve an efficient data center which are planned, built and documented with the same level of detail as the general ledger does in the accounting department,” said Robert Neave, co-founder and CTO of Nlyte Software. “This newest iteration allows any process to be captured or designed, modified, assigned, measured and reported, regardless of how complicated it is while each asset project can be viewed in the context of the data center as a complex system. Our customers tell us over and over that the biggest impact Nlyte has on their data center is the ability to manage the lifecycles of their assets for the purpose of capacity planning, efficiency and overall operational excellence. Nlyte 7.5 takes efficiency to the next level and provides our customers with the most advanced workflow and policy engine available in a DCIM solution.”

RF Code launches new APC PDU sensor. RF Code introduced the latest in its suite of PDU tags for management of power within data centers. The wire-free R170 PDU Sensor for APC by Schneider Electric 8000 Series PDUs (R170 PDU Sensor for APC) provide the capture, aggregation and calculation of power usage and distribution to allow data center operators to better manage capacity, improve power distribution efficiency and reduce the costs associated with “stranded” power. The RF Code R170 PDU Sensor for APC eliminates networking costs, using wire-free sensor technology to deliver outlet-level power usage data. After plugging in the RF Code sensor into an 8000 Series Rack PDU, power usage data is delivered via the sensor network to supported platforms, including RF Code’s Zone Manager middleware and Asset Manager platform.

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