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Data centre market seen at $7.5bn in 2020

Dubai, April 24, 2012

The market for data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) systems will grow from $500 million in 2010 to $7.5 billion by 2020, said a report.

Forecasts indicate that challenges of higher-density computing, dynamic workloads and the need for efficient energy consumption will drive demand for software to help organisations plan, operate at low cost, and analyse systems for workflow improvement, according to Uptime Institute, a division of the 451 Group.

Furthermore, Uptime Institute suggests IT and business executives are aware that improved physical infrastructure planning, minor system reconfiguration, and small process changes can save significant financial spend on energy and operations.

However, only higher visibility, more control, and improved automation can help deliver on the commitment of producing business value.

The paper highlights the role of holistic management capabilities available today to allow data centre professionals to maximise their capacity to control facility energy costs and advise the business on best ways to utilise IT assets more effectively.”

The new Planning and Implementation tools share key data points, historical data, and asset tracking information. It also develops the ability to charge back users allowing them to take actions based upon data centre business intelligence.

Planning and Implementation tools improve IT room allocation of power and cooling (planning), provide rapid impact analysis when a portion of the IT room fails (operations), and leverage historical data to improve future IT room performance (analysis). These tools are explained in the new White Paper published by Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management.

The White Paper on ‘How Data Centre Management Software Improves Planning and Cuts Operational Costs’ also highlights the value that the suite collectively brings to business.

The document demonstrates the ability of data centres to help businesses respond more quickly to changing market demands and mark a significant growth on the bottom line. – TradeArabia News Service

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