Emerson Network Power asserts that it has been accorded as a leader in data center infrastructure management (DCIM) for the second time by the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Data Center Infrastructure Management 2015 Vendor Analysis.
Emerson Network Power is also known to have received a leadership ranking in the previous release of this report. The IDC MarketScape evaluated leading DCIM vendors on 30 specific elements of capabilities and strategy. Emerson Network Power’s DCIM offerings, including flagship solution, the Trellis platform, led for functionality, integration capabilities, scalability, innovation, cost management strategy, customer service strategy and pricing model.
“Emerson Network Power continues to execute on its DCIM strategy, transitioning its installed base to the Trellis platform to fully leverage DCIM functionality from the ground up,” said Jennifer Koppy, research manager at IDC. “Through this process, Emerson has grown from its roots as a critical facilities equipment provider, learned the nuances required of a successful software and services provider, and emerged as one of the leading DCIM solutions on the market today with customers spanning from midsized internal/enterprise data centers to large service provider data centers.”
The IDC MarketScape also recognized the scalable nature of Emerson Network Power’s DCIM portfolio allowing businesses to choose DCIM bundles that meet the specific needs of the organization while allowing for future growth. The result is an intuitive, scalable solution that ensures IT becomes and remains a critical business asset.
“The IDC MarketScape’s evaluation of our DCIM portfolio and its place in today’s market is objective validation of our strategy and of the Trellis platform,” said Enzo Greco, vice president and general manager of software for Emerson Network Power. “Because of the pace of innovation in and around the data center, our customers value flexibility and scalability above all. Our solutions deliver on those fronts with best-in-class monitoring, management and predictive capabilities for data centers of all shapes and sizes.”