Experian’s £30-million development project, headlined by a new state-of-the-art data center, featured Raritan’s Dominion KX KVM-over-IP and Dominion SX Serial Console switches to manage its Wintel and UNIX infrastructure. Raritan’s CommandCenter Secure Gateway allowed Experian to centrally control hundreds of devices, with a single sign-on and customized views.
UF Health Shands needed a way in which to track data center assets, specifically identifying the exact location of every server, UPS, and device, across multiple data centers – three of which were new. Additionally, the IT team wanted to improve the energy efficiency within the data centers. Working together with Raritan, Shands has moved from an inflexible tracking method of Excel spreadsheets and Visio floor plans to Raritan’s dcTrack DCIM solution, and now enjoys a 50% increase in asset tracking efficiency.
With more than 3,200 employees, Investment Firm Morgan Keegan serves the diverse financial needs of individual investors, corporate and institutional clients. The company needed a more responsive way to manage its more than 400 branch offices in the U.S. The IT department wanted a solution that would provide reliable and secure access to branch office servers anytime.
The Dutch National Lottery won a 25% increase in server rack space after deploying Dominion KX KVM-over-IP switch and CommandCenter Secure Gateway. By giving all their admins Web-based access, they also eliminated waits for consoles and unwanted overtime.
Duane Morris squeezed every possible benefit out of its new data center by installing Dominion KX KVM-over-IP, Paragon II Cat5 KVM, and CommandCenter Secure Gateway. Results: secure, lights-out operation, anytime, anywhere access with a single-sign on, and an analog KVM backup that allowed IT staff to work on servers even during scheduled network outages.
British Airways is using dcTrack across its data center infrastructure to manage server, power and network connectivity changes, provide a work order capability to formally control upgrades and manage capacity planning across their 6 locations. The integration of active power monitoring is on-going.
As part of a data center refurbishment, the J.R. Simplot data center management team wanted to improve energy efficiency to meet corporate green initiatives. They also wanted to increase IT rack density, be better able to troubleshoot equipment and put in systems to manage potential risks. To improve energy efficiency and provide more power to IT racks they converted from 120 to 240 volt AC single-phase power. They also installed energy management software and intelligent rack PDUs with outlet-level power monitoring to add remote energy management, power monitoring of individual devices, environmental monitoring and sophisticated and accurate power usage reports and analytics.
As one of the largest broadcasters in the U.S., Raycom Media owns and operates 46 television stations in 36 markets – serving more than 12 percent of U.S. television households. Raycom wanted to improve how it manages and maintains its broadcast equipment and distributes time-sensitive programming content to its growing roster of television stations – while keeping operations costs down. They turned to Raritan for an advanced, highly-available access-and-control solution that could deliver improved operations in both its Charlotte NOC and remote station locations.
Molex needed a more responsive way to manage their Asia Pacific data center servers. In addition, they wanted to move to a lights-out data center for added security. Raritan switches, console servers and PDUs were used to provide integrated remote management of servers and other devices, and Molex now enjoys simplified maintenance, increased uptime and improved security.
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