FieldView Discusses the Role of DCIM for Multi-Tenant Data Centers

North American DCIM Speaking Tour Includes BICSI, DATA CENTER WORLD

Edison, NJ — March 10, 2014 – FieldView Solutions, a market leader in Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), today announced the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, Sev Onyshkevych has been invited to present DCIM’s value for MTDCs (multi-tenant data centers) at BICSI and AFCOM Data Center World events.  In addition, FieldView Solutions will be showcasing its award-winning solution at Datacenter Dynamics Converged, New York City, on March 11, 2014(Booth #18).

“In order to establish and maintain efficient services, colocations must carefully manage capacity and power.  However, to provide an assessment of these areas, Facilities and IT managers often turn to isolated monitoring systems that produce fragmented views,” said Sev Onyshkevych, Chief Marketing Officer, FieldView Solutions.  “FieldView Solution’s DCIM offering is specifically designed to address this issue by automatically bringing all the necessary data into one consolidated view so colocation managers can effectively manage power while also determining available rack space, at the data center level, at the tenant level and at the global level.”

FieldView 6.0 DCIM solution simplifies the integration of historical and real-time data collected into asset, systems and network management solutions as well as financial applications, dynamic facilities control, IT power control and other applications.  In addition, the software is localized in five languages:   Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese, German, and Spanish as well as having the inherent capability of operating and capturing data in Metric or Imperial units.

Onyshkevych will present to attendees at the following events:

  • April 27-30 – BICSI Canadian Conference & Exhibition, Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  Onyshkevych will present “Value of DCIM for Multi-Tenant Data Centers” on April 29, 11 am.
  • April 28-May 2 — Spring Global Data Center World Conference, Mirage Hotel & Casino & Event Center, Las Vegas, Nevada – Onyshkevych will present “DCM 10.1: DCIM’s Value for Multi-Tenant Data Centers (Co-Location Providers)” at the Data Center Management: Monitoring session on May 1, 8:30 am.

For additional information, please contact FieldView Solutions at (732) 395-6920 or via email at info@fieldviewsolutions.com.  For DCIM industry insight, follow FieldView Solutions on their blog, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, or join FieldView DCIM Professionals on LinkedIn.  To view a webinar on Quantifying Data Center Efficiency with FieldView Solutions and EMA Enterprise, visit: bit.ly/TydNOp.  To download FieldView’s Quantifying Data Center Efficiency Whitepaper visit: http://www.fieldviewsolutions.com/ROI

About FieldView Solutions
FieldView Solutions provides managers of today’s complex, mission-critical data centers and Co-Lo facilities with browser-based, scalable software tools that deliver a real-time view into all aspects of data center infrastructure management (DCIM).  The company’s flagship product, FieldView, has helped data center IT and facilities operations professionals in many of the largest data centers including six of the top 10 banks, three of the five top technology providers, and 12 of the largest Co-Lo facilities in the U.S., Europe and Asia/Pacific since 2006 –monitoring over two gigawatts for the largest financial institutions, co-location facilities, government facilities, and telecommunications giants.  The FieldView Solutions team is comprised of industry professionals with demonstrated experience in both the design and operation of data centers and the development of technology platforms that service them.  FieldView Solutions meets the needs of a broad range of users, up to the largest-scale global corporate clients.  For more information, visit www.fieldviewsolutions.com.
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For more information, contact:
Jackie Abramian
BridgeView Marketing (for FieldView Solutions)
207.439.0963
Jackie@bridgeviewmarketing.com
Twitter: @FieldViewSolu