Schneider Electric launches Data Center Solution Day series in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi

18:00 | 07/06/2012

Schneider Electric, a global leader in critical power and cooling services, today announced its integrated data center solutions in its biggest industry conference of the year themed “Schneider Electric Data Centers Business-wise, Future-driven” to help local businesses adapt their data centers to their business needs at business speed.

schneider electric launches data center solution day series in ho chi minh city and hanoiSchneider Electric Data Center Solution Day is the most significant conference in 2012 to converge experts and managers in the IT field from Schneider Electric in Vietnam.

The event took place in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi on June 5-7 respectively, performing top up-to-date Schneider Electric physical infrastructure that caters to the growing business demands for energy management services, optimising energy use and efficiency for data center.

As an end-to-end system that is easy to deploy and manage, Schneider Electric data center physical infrastructure results in: reduced total data center life cycle cost up to 13 per cent and 30 per cent of data center physical infrastructure cost over 10 years; optimised data center availability from 99.9 per cent to 99.999 per cent; faster and easier performance solution; reduced design and deployment time from years to just weeks; advanced operations – energy - saving simulation, workflow, and lifecycle management; and connectivity to VMware® through vSpere™, and Microsoft® SCOM (System Center Operation Manager) via ProPack to automate virtualization.

“As the Data Center space continues to grow and evolve, Schneider Electric, the only provider of integrated data center physical infrastructure and worldwide DCIM market leader, will be strongly committed to bringing our customers the most comprehensive, innovative and energy efficient DC architecture and management solutions needed to foster business growth and further streamline IT and facilities management,” said Tiang Hin Ang – business vice president, IT Business, Schneider Electric Vietnam.

Hoang Anh

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