Posted on January 5, 2015
SOMERSET, NJ and SINGAPORE (January 5, 2015)—Raritan, a leading provider of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) and rack power distribution solutions, is positioned prominently in the “Major Players” category in a new study conducted by IDC on the DCIM market in Asia Pacific. The report also portrays Raritan with one of the largest DCIM market footprints in the region.
The study—“IDC MarketScape: Asia/Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) Datacenter Infrastructure Management Solution 2014 Vendor Assessment”—is designed to help IT buyers compare vendors’ current capabilities and strategies relative to one another and to the factors that IDC believes will be most conducive to future success in the DCIM market.
According to the IDC report, “Raritan has defined itself in the DCIM market by providing an open, robust solution for midsize enterprise data centers. It has a strong focus on APEJ and has aligned its organizational structure well to support growth in the region. Its ability to keep the cost of the solution relatively low and deliver the solution efficiently has helped the company drive higher adoption of its DCIM solution compared with other vendors in the market. Raritan commits a large portion of its revenue to R&D and has a solid financial backing to sustain itself in the DCIM market. It has established a number of partnerships within the DCIM ecosystem to enable its users to gain the full benefits of its DCIM solution.”
DCIM solutions help organizations manage the growing complexity within their data centers and cope with the increasing pressure to be more agile in provisioning IT, says IDC. A good DCIM solution should equip the data center owner with the right tools and data to ensure every resource is tracked and efficiently managed.
“We are delighted that Raritan is featured prominently in IDC’s new report,” said Rex Sun, VP of Sales - Raritan Asia Pacific. “Raritan’s DCIM Business has a large global presence. In Asia Pacific, we’re seeing wide market adoption of DCIM both by companies with headquarters here and by U.S.-based multinational corporations with a strong presence in the region. Raritan’s DCIM Monitoring and Operations solution is increasingly being adopted by data centers because it provides accurate visibility into resources so that organizations can proactively manage space, power and cooling capacities.”
Raritan is a proven innovator of power management solutions, DCIM software, and KVM-over-IP switches for data centers of all sizes. Based in Somerset, NJ, Raritan has a global presence across 38 offices, serving 76 countries and 50,000 customer locations worldwide. Raritan’s award-winning hardware and software solutions increase energy efficiency, improve reliability and raise productivity. Visit us at Raritan.com, RaritanDCIM.com, or follow us on the Raritan blog.
Raritan is an active member of the Green Grid, Climate Savers Computing Initiative, and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design associations. The EPA has recognized Raritan for its contribution to the agency’s data center initiative. Raritan’s DCIM solution has won a number of awards.
About IDC MarketScape
IDC MarketScape vendor analysis model is designed to provide an overview of the competitive fitness of ICT (information and communications technology) suppliers in a given market. The research methodology utilizes a rigorous scoring methodology based on both qualitative and quantitative criteria that results in a single graphical illustration of each vendor’s position within a given market. IDC MarketScape provides a clear framework in which the product and service offerings, capabilities and strategies, and current and future market success factors of IT and telecommunications vendors can be meaningfully compared. The framework also provides technology buyers with a 360-degree assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of current and prospective vendors.
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