Say Trellis Platform Express Edition maximizes efficiency, minimize downtime and enables accurate planning
Emerson Network Power has launched the Trellis Platform Express Edition, which offers the benefits of data center infrastructure management (DCIM).
The release informed that for small and medium sized businesses, the Trellis Platform Express Edition addresses the need to quickly and easily order and deploy a DCIM solution that is right-sized for their organization. For large enterprise data centers considering a DCIM solution, it’s designed to reduce complexity and time to implement.
Jennifer Koppy, research manager, IDC, said, “Emerson’s announcement of a prepackaged, simple-to-deploy solution in the Trellis Platform Express Edition squarely addresses end users’ needs for a DCIM solution that is easy to understand and implement. With the Trellis Platform Express Edition, there are no surprises or hidden costs, which makes the DCIM solution easier to sell and easier to buy. By removing complexity, Emerson is streamlining the path for IT organizations to benefit from enhanced visibility, increased efficiency and better capacity planning.”
The Trellis Platform Express Edition comprises two offerings. First, the Trellis Facility Manager Express, which is a bundled package of the current Trellis Site Manager, Avocent Universal Management Gateway and Professional Services to handle installation and training. This bundle has two options, one for tracking and monitoring up to 10 floor-mounted devices (FMDs), and one for tracking and monitoring up to 25 FMDs. Second, the Trellis Inventory Express bundles the current Trellis Inventory Manager with Professional Services, and can come with a host server.
Steve Hassell, president, Emerson Network Power (Data Center Solutions business), said, “By listening to our customers, we saw there was a need to develop a simpler way for them to begin their DCIM projects. The Trellis Platform Express Edition bundled offering gives organizations the ability to maximize efficiency, minimize downtime and enable accurate planning sooner than they may have hoped.”