Vendorwag in the Valley at nlyte Software HQ

Last week, Mike Laverick came to the Silicon Valley to present at the VM UserGroup show. During his stay, he decided to take a peek at some of the interesting start-ups around the valley and put his findings into a series of videos for his Vendorwag in the Valley segment. First stop, nlyte Software. 

Take a look below at his video blogs. In the first video, Craig Ledo, Senior Director of Product Marketing lays the framework of who nlyte Software is as a company, then, in the second video, Craig goes into high-level detail about the nlyte DCIM suite.  The last video of the day includes Claudia Hanson walking you though a demo of the nlyte Suite getting deep in to the technical details.

Happy Watching!

The Elevator Pitch…

The Product Lowdown…

The Techknowledge Demo…

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