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Supports APC, ServerTech, Geist PDUs

Posted on January 3, 2009 by Minder Singh  |  Comment (0)

Your PDUs can tell you a lot about power management. So Power IQ™ works with Raritan, APC®, Server Technology® and Geist PDUs to help you reduce energy consumption.

The need to allocate and use power more efficiently has become a critical component in every IT operation. And the only thing missing was a centralized solution that could consolidate power data from the rack and transform it into useful information, simply and efficiently. That’s why Raritan developed Power IQ, our easy-to-use power reporting and control solution.

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Power IQ works with all your rack PDUs to create powerful analytics in minutes.

Power IQ works with Raritan, APC, Server Technology, Geist and other rack PDUs to provide accurate IT device, outlet group, rack, row and data center-level energy reporting and control. And creates powerful analytics in minutes that can help you identify opportunities to increase energy efficiency.

Management operations and centralized remote rebooting made easy.

Power IQ lets you remotely power on and off the outlets of third-party rack PDUs, while simplifying your rack PDU configuration management. Combined with your rack PDUs, it allows you to aggregate remote power control capabilities to devices in multiple local or remote data centers, providing a simple, centralized gateway. Plus security is ensured with standards-based authentication, Web session timeout, optional IP-based access control and audit trails.

What’s more, Power IQ is open database compliant (ODBC) and can be integrated with your existing IT systems. 

The new release of CommandCenter® Secure Gateway enables configuration data sharing with Power IQ.  Configuration data such as devices, nodes and associations can be exported and imported between systems for easy set-up.

Power IQ’s control and reporting capabilities help IT and facilities managers:

  • Generate energy cost reports for customers
  • Create a baseline and certify changes in energy and carbon footprint
  • Find stranded power capacity
  • Enable multivendor power data aggregation
  • Easily identify active power, energy, cost and environmental trends
  • Automatically power cycle device groups by day and time

So get to know your energy consumption now.

Find out what you’ve been missing. Download Power IQ now and listen to what your devices have to say about your power consumption.

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Get your free download of Power IQ. Understand your power consumption and save energy now


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