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Nlyte says it's closer to smarter data center vision with latest release

15 Mar 17

Nlyte Software has announced the availability of Nlyte Command Center a new software extending the capabilities of the company’s data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution.

This is done by enabling facility operators an option to remotely turn IT and Facility devices “on” and “off,” reset alarms, lock and unlock doors and control airflow set points from an authorized user’s console.

According to Nlyte, the Command Center is an option for Nlyte Platinum and Nlyte Energy Optimizer that brings new capabilities to remotely control IT and Facility devices from a single pane-of-glass.

"Nlyte has been the industry leader in delivering solutions that enable organizations to capture extensive facilities and IT data which can then be leveraged in new ways to create smarter data centers,” explains Nlyte’s Doug Sabella, CEO and President.

“Our introduction of the Nlyte Command Center furthers this vision.”

The new DCIM module also supports any Modbus and SNMP devices including PDU’s, CRAC, UPS, lights, thermostats and desktops

Rob Neave, CTO of Nlyte, says Nlyte is a leader in providing data center managers with software tools that ubiquitously can monitor, alarm and optimize all aspects of a data center across multi-vendor hardware devices. 

“One of the significant challenges in alarming is the ability to automatically send an Incident Report to an ITOM system and simultaneously take action to fix an alarm situation,” he explains.

“Nlyte Command Center integrated with Nlyte Platinum enables personnel to take action both at the application level and at the point of incident.”

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