Posted on June 4, 2012
— TechAmerica Foundation Presents ‘Best Of’ Awards Recognizing Technology Products and Services Across the Technology Industry —
SOMERSET, N.J. (June 4, 2012) — Raritan, a leading provider of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions, today announced that its dcTrack® DCIM software has been named a finalist in the software category for the 2012 American Technology Awards.
Presented by the TechAmerica Foundation, the awards recognize the best products and services in the technology industry. Raritan’s dcTrack is a software finalist along with IBM’s Watson technology and Cadence Design Systems, Inc.‘s Cadence Virtual System Platform.
dcTrack was recognized for its ability to visualize infrastructure resources and their interrelationships—including facilities, network and IT resources. Raritan’s DCIM solution helps data centers better manage placement of IT equipment, improve power and cooling efficiency, make informed capacity management decisions, and keep accurate track of data center assets.
“Data centers, crucial to businesses everywhere, have grown in size, density and complexity; as a result, companies are looking for better ways to manage their data center infrastructures and resources. dcTrack helps alleviate major data center pain points and improve operating and energy efficiencies,” said Herman Chan, Raritan Vice President of Product Management. “Being selected an American Technology Award finalist is an enormous industry recognition for the pioneering work and innovation that have gone into our dcTrack DCIM solution. Raritan is pleased to be in the same company with other finalists who have demonstrated ingenuity and creativity.”
“The caliber of this year’s nominees was incredible. Our judges had their work cut out for them,” said Jennifer Kerber, President of the TechAmerica Foundation. “We congratulate Raritan for their outstanding work and thank them for their contribution to the growth and innovation of our vibrant tech industry.”
The awards, also known as the “Termans” in honor of the widely credited father of Silicon Valley, are awarded on the basis of a thorough evaluation by industry experts and technology leaders.
The winners will be announced at the Technology and Government gala dinner in Washington, D.C. on June 13. Kevin Johnson, CEO of Juniper Networks, will also be honored during the dinner with the American Technology Awards Corporate Leadership Award, and Department of Homeland Security Chief Information Officer Richard Spires will be recognized as the Government Technology Executive of the Year.
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About Raritan (Raritan.com)
Raritan is a proven innovator of power management, infrastructure management, KVM and serial solutions for data centers of all sizes. In more than 50,000 locations worldwide, Raritan’s award-winning hardware and software solutions—including intelligent rack PDUs; energy management software; DCIM software solutions to effectively manage data center capacity, assets and change; and KVM-over-IP and Serial-over-IP access products—provide IT and facility directors, managers and administrators with the control they need to increase power management efficiency, improve data center productivity and enhance branch office operations. Based in Somerset, N.J., Raritan has offices worldwide serving customers in 76 countries. Visit us at Raritan.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 company has been recognized by the EPA for its contribution to the agency’s data center initiative.
Raritan’s dcTrack DCIM solution is featured in Gartner’s “Cool Vendor” DCIM report, IDC’s MarketScape Report on DCIM—which named Raritan a “major player worldwide” in the DCIM space, and in 451 Research’s Report “Raritan brings location tracking, other updates to its DCIM quartet.”
About TechAmerica Foundation
TechAmerica Foundation educates industry executives, policy makers and opinion leaders on the promise of technological innovation to advance prosperity, security and the general welfare. Launched in 1981, the Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan affiliate of TechAmerica, which is the leading voice and resource for the U.S. technology industry. The Foundation disseminates award-winning industry, policy and market research covering topics such as U.S. competitiveness in a global economy, innovation in government, and other areas of national interest. It also organizes conferences and seminars to explore pertinent issues with government and industry representatives and to share the Foundation’s findings. Learn more about TechAmerica Foundation at www.techamericafoundation.org.
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