Siemon partners with Graphical Networks netTerrain DCIM provider

siemonSiemon will use netTerrain DCIM platform that will enable Siemon customers gain the network visibility they need to effectively manage, monitor, control and document the data centre. (Image source: Siemon)Siemon, a leading global network infrastructure specialist, has partnered with data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) solution provider Graphical Networks

Siemon will use netTerrain DCIM platform that will enable Siemon customers to gain the network visibility they need to effectively manage, monitor, control and document the data centre.

The netTerrain DCIM platform is a centralised, multi-user, browser-based platform that visualises the data centre right down to the port level or card in a chassis via easy-to-use navigation that renders powerful hierarchical and subcomponent data centre diagrams. It includes rack, cabinet and floor layouts to visually see cabinet occupancy and manage assets and circuit layouts to provide an on-demand display of cabling links between equipment and components.

Through the netTerrain platform, users can easily configure layouts with integrated access to Siemon’s WheelHouse Advanced Data Centre Solutions including cabinets, racks, cable management, copper and fibre connectivity and power distribution units.

Siemon PowerMax intelligent PDUs aim to deliver real-time monitoring and control of power usage, capacity and environmental conditions also integrate with the netTerrain platform for users to monitor data centre power at the device or outlet level.

“Today’s data centres are more complex than ever before, with thousands of connections linking a wide range of devices, cards and ports all occupying physical space in racks and cabinets and consuming power,” said Frank Velleca, market manager for strategic projects at Siemon.

“We are excited to partner with Graphical Networks and integrate our data centre solutions into the netTerrain DCIM platform to help our customers maximise space and capacity, manage assets, lower power and cooling costs, reduce downtime and properly plan and forecast for growth,” Velleca added.

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