EkkoSoft Critical 4.1 makes the DCD Awards final shortlist
November 12, 2018 11:11 am
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Each year DatacenterDynamics (DCD) runs an awards programme that celebrates our industry’s best data centre solutions, projects and most talented people. An expert team of judges is tasked with recognising some of the latest innovations across the sector, and there’s a particular focus on identifying those solutions that can help organisations to maximise their data centre performance.
So at EkkoSense we’re delighted that the latest version of EkkoSoft Critical, our immersive SaaS powered software for visualising and optimising data centre environments has just been nominated for DCD’s prestigious Mission Critical Innovation Award. This award is about recognising the innovation and thinking that is shaping the next generation of cutting edge data centre solutions – developed in response to the continual challenge for innovation, ease of deployment and real world applications.
EkkoSoft Critical is a unique, innovative and intuitive software platform which allows facilities and IT teams to Monitor, Manage and Maximise data centre performance at a fraction of the cost of traditional infrastructure management approaches – and is a perfect candidate for this award.
The winners of each category will be announced at the DCD’s 11thAnnual Awards Dinner at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel on the 6thof December. EkkoSoft Critical is up against three other nominees for this award, so we’re looking forward to the judges’ final decision. Until then, we’re proud that the industry has recognised the strength and capabilities of EkkoSoft Critical’s unrivalled M&E Capacity Planning and Simulation offering.
EkkoSoft Critical is particularly simple to deploy and easy-to-use, so if you’re interested in seeing how it can work for your data centre why not try our edge-ready EkkoSoft Critical Starter Pack that’s now available from just £2,500. Get in touch with us at [email protected] to find out more.
By Dean Boyle, CEO, EkkoSense
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This post was written by Dean Boyle