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Server Technology Announces Total Solution for Data Center Power Management

Posted on: November 11, 2011


  • Server Technology, the global leader for rack-based power distribution for the data center, announced the availability of the industry’s first seamless system for data center power management, with the release of SPM v5.0 combined with the latest version 6.1 update to the intelligent cabinet (CDU) family of power distribution units (PDU). “We have been providing data center power distribution for 25 years, hold nearly three dozen patents associated with building intelligent power distribution devices, and have thousands and thousands of customers who trust our expertise and guide our strategy,” said Brandon Ewing, president of Server Technology. Using the Server Technology power management system, customers are no longer faced with the burden of adding new complexity as they grow their data center. With our system, adding additional power capacity does not bring along the traditional added management complexity,” Ewing added. “In these new version releases, Our customers will now have at their fingertips the industry’s most complete power management solution including device and group state control, dynamic dashboards, power consumption trending, status and health check.

 

  • We make rack-level power simple, reliable and cost-effective,SPM Version 5.0 is a unique power management system that serves as the primary interface to any number of power distribution devices in the data center. It is a highly-capable Web 2.0 compliant user interface as well as a comprehensive middleware solution, providing actionable real-time data and integration with all of the major players in the systems management and data center infrastructure management (DCIM) spaces.

 

  • The new user interface in SPM 5.0 provides an intuitive, customer-driven design and rich user functionality, enhancing the monitoring and management capabilities of the devices themselves. Users can set up custom network operations center (NOC) views- from global dashboard views down to each PDU, each cabinet and each location with new icon-based management functionality. SPM allows users to manage their entire power distribution network for discovery, setup, configuration and firmware upgrades, as well as receive email alerts and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) trap forwarding and alarms.

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