Industry Perspectives

What’s The True Meaning of DCIM?

JOHN CONSOLI<br />FieldViewJOHN CONSOLI
FieldView

Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) systems are increasingly being deployed in the data center due to the need for complete visibility into costs and capacity, writes John Consoli of FieldView. But what does DCIM really mean? Far too many throw around the term without a full grasp of the acronym’s definition. Read More

To Contain Power Costs, Look at Your Servers

WINSTON SAUNDERS<br />IntelWINSTON SAUNDERS
Intel

Server power consumption has taken to center stage in the IT theater, writes Winston Saunders of Intel. At Intel, there’s been a laser focus on server power consumption for many years now, and the new Intel Xeon processor E5 family continues this focus. Read More

What Intel Xeon E5 Processor Means to Intel IT

AJAY CHANDRAMOULY<br>IntelAJAY CHANDRAMOULY
Intel

Technology refresh is central to delivering business value back to the corporation, writes Ajay Chandramouly of Intel. He shares about Intel’s new Xeon E5 processors and how Intel IT is embarking on a major technology refresh based on the Xeon E5 architecture. Read More

Notes from the Road: Tearing Down the Silos

GARY BUNYAN<br>iTRACSGARY BUNYAN
iTRACS

A DCIM with 3-D visualization acts like a social network, writes Gary Bunyan of iTRACS. The sharing of information about conditions in your data center through a DCIM spreads or socializes information to everyone throughout the organization, instantly and efficiently, while also tearing down walls between people, efficiently opening up new paths of communication. Read More

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