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Rackwise swells alliance in US federal data center market

rackwise logoRackwise, Inc., a primary developer of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software and service solutions, today announced that it has expanded its existing alliance with Unisys Corporation, braced with a strategic and exclusive four-year agreement to jointly market and sell DCIM solutions to U.S. federal public sector data center and information technology (IT) management organizations.

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The agreement from its part brings together Unisys’ expertise in public sector data centers and the capabilities of the premier DCIM Rackwise offering to facilitate federal public sector IT organizations to be able to more easily meet cost containment, followed by sustainability, and operational challenges inherent in increasingly complex data center environments.

Significant to the agreement is Unisys’ exclusive right to be able to sell and distribute Rackwise offerings, the most advanced and comprehensive suite of DCIM solutions now available, into the domestic federal public sector market. Unisys which from its barrio is recognized for its award-winning delivery teams as well as its superior expertise in IT Service Management (ITSM) is one of the largest public sector system integrators with decades of experience in managing federal, state and local government data centers.

As stated by Kris Mathisen, vice president, Infrastructure Optimization Services, Unisys Federal Systems: “Demand for DCIM in the federal market is growing significantly, driven by the compounding complexity of IT requirements as well as a growing number of data center consolidations and executive orders mandating energy conservation. The Rackwise agreement is an important step in allowing us to bring this important technology to the federal market.”

“The Rackwise DCiM X offering delivers the inventory management in addition to space and power capacity planning tools to effectively manage the front-end of data center consolidations as well as the ongoing monitoring, validation and other back-end utilities to continuously optimize energy and space utilization upon completion,” supplemented Guy A. Archbold, Chairman and CEO for Rackwise, Inc.


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