We’re proud to be named one of the top data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software vendors in 2022 by TechTarget! Robert McFarlane, principal in charge of data center design for the international consulting firm Shen Milsom and Wilke LLC, highlighted our solution packages which feature a wide range of data models that are readily adaptable to customer needs. McFarlane underscored FNT’s commitment to open systems … Continue reading FNT Named Top DCIM Software Vendor in 2022
Two FNT experts provide insight into the new features and functionalities of FNT Command 13 FNT experts: Bernd Pratschke, Portfolio Manager and Marlene Pfauth, Product Manager Bernd, FNT Command 13 has just been released. What are the highlights of the new release? Bernd: FNT Command 13 comes with many new features and functions in different areas. In this release, we focused strongly on the extension of Telco Active Inventory, Asset Management, 2D Footprint and the Cable Management … Continue reading FNT Command 13: a brief introduction to FNT’s new major release
Enterprise organizations are experiencing rapid change, largely driven by digital transformation initiatives and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Both require new thinking on how IT resources must be deployed and managed to support business-critical operations and the needs of remote workforces.Continue reading “Meeting Modern Data Center Needs with Hybrid Digital Infrastructure Management”
It’s no surprise that the global edge computing market is expected to reach $9 billion by 2024, according to a study by MarketsandMarkets. Edge computing provides many benefits for enterprises including the ability to reduce latency, minimize the risk of network downtime, improve load distribution across networks, and better connect to remote enterprise locations.Continue reading “Hybrid Digital Infrastructure Management for Edge Data Centers”
According to Gartner in its December 2017 Market Guide for Data Center Infrastructure Management Tools report, “managing infrastructure has become more complex as the traditional data center view expands to include infrastructure housed in the cloud, micro data centers, colocation facilities or edge computing environments.”
Lost capacities within the data center are often the result of varying lifecycles between ICT assets, technical developments and facilities. As modern data center operations evolve past traditional design planning, both operational and financial challenges arise.