EkkoSense to preview comprehensive Space, Power and Cooling Capacity Planning at DCD Dallas
October 1, 2019 12:26 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

  • Real time space, power & cooling capacity planning – not just capacity reporting – now available at a fraction of the cost of legacy DCIM systems
  • World’s first software-embedded Cooling Advisor unlocks 10%+ cooling energy savings in-house – simply by acting on recommendations
  • Live demonstrations Booth 14a, DCD Dallas, 21-22 October 2019 – Free tickets here

Data center performance specialist EkkoSense will preview two major new enhancements to its EkkoSoft Critical space, power and cooling monitoring, management and optimization software at DCD Dallas from 21-22 October.

At Booth 14a EkkoSense will preview its unique SaaS-powered 3D Capacity Planning capability. EkkoSoft Critical Capacity Planning is the most intuitive platform available on the market for space, power and cooling capacity management – providing live capacity planning functionality, rather than the limited capacity reporting offered by today’s more expensive legacy DCIM systems.

Key Capacity Planning features:
• Comprehensive Ticketing and Future Capacity capability, allowing Capacity Managers to use EkkoSoft Critical’s 3D Live View visualization to reserve space, power and cooling for future projects.
• The ability to identify Power Allocation Variance, where individual racks have locked-in power capacity that they’re not using
• Intuitive Power Allocation control allowing users to:
       –  Add new racks
       –  Add capacity to existing racks
       –  Remove capacity from existing racks
       –  Remove existing racks entirely
• Full estate-wide or room-by-room Live 3D Views of your current space utilization, power usage and cooling capacity performance

Visitors to DCD Dallas can also see demonstrations of the company’s unique new Cooling Advisor functionality. Embedded into EkkoSoft Critical, it provides operations teams with focused cooling performance recommendations and advisory actions to help monitor, manage and maximize their data center’s thermal performance. By following the recommendations of Cooling Advisor, cooling energy savings of 10%+ can be unlocked in house – without the requirement for further specialist data center thermal optimisation services.

“Traditionally Facilities and Capacity Managers have relied on unwieldy spreadsheets and complex DCIM systems to manage changes to their data center estate. Now, with the introduction of our EkkoSoft Critical Capacity Planning capability, we’re providing powerful, intuitive tools to allow data center teams to manage all their space, power and cooling capacity planning requirements in real-time thanks our powerful visual analytics” commented EkkoSense’s CEO Dean Boyle. “And the good news is that with Capacity Planning they have far greater control, allowing data centers to be run leaner and at a fraction of the cost of legacy DCIM approaches.

“With our unique Cooling Adviser functionality we’re also providing data centers with the opportunity to unlock cooling energy savings of 10%+ without the requirement for radical redesigns or expensive cooling refresh programmes. It’s this kind of accessible, practical ‘expertise as a service’ that can make a real difference for data center teams looking to reduce their energy usage or unlock cooling capacity, without the need for complex CFD systems or expensive consultancy.”

EkkoSense solutions are available through the company’s expanding network of international partners across the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. EkkoSense’s Jason Kaye will be available on the company’s DCD Dallas stand to provide local partner details.

About EkkoSense:
EkkoSense is an industry leader in the provision of advanced sensing technology, SaaS DCIM-class visualisation & monitoring software and analytics solutions for critical facilities such as data centers. The company is committed to eliminating thermal risk and helping organisations to monitor, manage and maximize their data center performance. www.ekkosense.com

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Cheryl Billson
Comma Communications – PR for EkkoSense
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