Altima Technologies to Showcase its Flagship DCIM Product with a New Asset Management Software Solution

By CIOReview | Tuesday, October 27, 2015
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CHICAGO, IL: Altima Technologies, provider of innovative data center management solution, is all set to showcase its flagship data center infrastructure management (DCIM) product, NetZoomDC along with its new software solution for small to medium sized data centers, NetZoom Pro at an event focused on the data center technology. .

The enterprise DCIM software, NetZoomDC by augmenting data center assets and capacity brings down the cost of operations, improves efficiency and extends the life of data center.  It also manages IT and facility infrastructure by delivering complete lifecycle asset management, change management, capacity management, real-time monitoring and alerting, trending and forecasting, extensive reporting and diagramming, and integration with existing systems including CMDBs and hypervisors.

While NetZoom Pro asset management solution incorporates many features integrated in full DCIM tools. The multi-user, browser-based application facilitates IT and Facility professionals to manage asset infrastructure, connectivity and rack elevations for small to medium sized data centers. Altima’s DCIM product, NetZoomDC is seamlessly upgraded with the data center represented in NetZoom Pro.

“Altima provides a suite of solutions for managing any size of data center from small to multi-site, distributed, enterprise data centers. We are pleased to be exhibiting at Data center World Asia in Singapore this year and expanding our reach in the APAC region. At the exhibition, we will be showing two cost-effective solutions for managing data center IT and Facility asset inventory. With NetZoomDC, our enterprise DCIM solution, you can analyze your data center capacity usage to reduce both CAPEX and OPEX,” states Sara Clark, President of Altima Technologies, Inc.

In addition, a mobile application is built for remote monitoring, inventory collection and auditing for both the software. The application will also have access to the NetZoom Library Service containing enormous collection of manufacturer specific devices.