North American Data Center Equipment Integration

A Nascent DCIM Market Requires Increased Standardization to Drive Growth

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Prior to the dawn of the data center infrastructure management (DCIM) era, monitoring was conducted manually within a traditional data center, essentially with separate management solutions provided for each type of equipment in the building. Integral to the equipment in the data center is the ability to monitor it on a regular basis and to provide adequate tools for pre-emptive problem solving. The goal is to achieve high-energy efficiency and optimize on expenditure. This market insight provides a top-level analysis of equipment integration within the data center market using software protocols—particularly DCIM, BMS, and IFM. This market insight provides a bird’s eye view of trends in the BMS, DCIM, and

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