WHERE TO BUY
Meet the expert solution providers for Intel® DCM and Intel® Virtual Gateway.
Decathlon* for Data Centers is ABB’s industrial data center solution for monitoring, controlling and optimizing enterprise, co-location and cloud data centers. It collects data from IT, power, cooling and building systems, and its open environment integrates data center toolsets faster, including uploading assets into tracking tools.
[SMART]DC* is a cross-platform management solution compatible with all major server platforms, including OCP. With policy-based power capping, integrated real-time health monitoring, and intelligent battery back-up, [SMART]DC maximizes data-driven efficiency planning for the modern data center. Headquarters: Fremont, CA, US. Operations: Worldwide.
BASELAYER OS* is the first fully integrated infrastructure operating system. Capable of connecting to sensors, third-party plugins, and external data feeds, BASELAYER OS enables informed business decisions by turning information into knowledge. Headquarters: Chandler, AZ, US.
Datacenter Clarity LC* is a comprehensive data center lifecycle management platform powered by Siemens PLM technology that efficiently and accurately manages your infrastructure in real-time. Headquarters: Montreal, Canada. Operations: Worldwide.
Elitser Technologies is an established ITSM provider in UAE, which supports more than 450 customers in the region. Elitser provides expert solutions in DCIM, IT infrastructure, applications, and storage. Headquarters: India. Operations: Middle East, Singapore, Indonesia, India.
Flex is a leading sketch-to-scale* solutions company that designs and builds intelligent products for a connected world. With its headquarters in San Jose, CA, and approximately 200,000 professionals across 30 countries, the company provides innovative design, engineering, manufacturing, real-time supply chain insight, and logistics services to companies of all sizes in various industries and end-markets.
Lenovo ThinkServer Smart Grid Technology* is a power management solution that helps IT administrators monitor and control power consumption of multiple servers from a central management console. Headquarters: Beijing, China. Operations: Worldwide.
Nlyte data center infrastructure management solutions automate data center management processes through innovative software, services, and solutions designed to optimize resources and operations. Headquarters: San Mateo, CA, US. Operations: Worldwide.
A key part of Siemens’ comprehensive data center portfolio, Datacenter Clarity LC* efficiently manages data center infrastructure, providing real-time 3D visualization and data center configuration. Data center operators can group similar assets from multiple facilities to compare performance and identify new improvement areas.
SuperCloud Green Data Center Power Consumption Management System* monitors and manages the electricity and heat of the server cluster. The solution can be applied to real-time monitoring, policy control, and data analysis and reporting. Headquarters: Beijing, China. Operations: China.
Supermicro Power Manager* leverages Intel® Data Center Manager to manage power consumption at both the node and system level on multi-node products like Supermicro's Twin line. Headquarters: San Jose, CA, US. Operations: North America, Europe, and Asia.
With almost 10 years of experience and more than 200 critical mission rooms monitored, TKmE develops and implements different environmental and power monitoring solutions. Their mission is provide tranquility to their customers with reliable, truthful, and timely information by effectively monitoring their infrastructure and critical environments. With Intel's DCM solution, TKmE provides customers more information and analysis to prevent failures, streamline operations, and save money. Headquarters: Mexico City, Mexico. Operations: Mexican Republic.
TSO Logic provides software for monitoring and reducing energy consumption at in-house server farms and large data centers without impacting availability or performance and without changes to infrastructure. Headquarters: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Operations: Worldwide.