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What has your data done for you lately?

Is your data center or facility efficient enough?

Increase your business' efficiency with data center optimization


Data center downtime costs are rising faster than ever before, largely due to UPS system failure, cybercrime, and inadequate amounts of proactive planning.  Increasing expectations of IT organizations and rapidly changing infrastructure technologies are also placing greater demands on the intersection of IT and facility. 


But digitalization, a lifecycle strategy and the right tools can better prepare you to help identify if your data center or facility has the right amount of efficiency to eliminate unplanned downtime, and increase cost savings and reliability.

What's new with DCIM


Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) is more than just a consideration to help optimize your data center. It is a strategic tool to help manage a dynamic environment of conventionally built facilities, modular structures, and hybrid infrastructure environments consisting of both public and private cloud and colocated IT.



Data centers face many challenges that only continue to evolve as technology becomes more innovative. Increasing expectations of IT organizations, rapidly changing critical infrastructures, growing requirements for safe and resilient data centers all place demands on IT and facility leaders to transform their processes for maximum efficiency, reliability and uptime.

Data Center Lifecycle Management

Data Center lifecycle management with Datacenter Clarity LC

Take a strategic approach to your data center lifecycle management with Datacenter Clarity LCTM.


Driven by Siemens PLM global software and backed by mission critical expertise, Datacenter Clarity LC helps IT and facility leaders come together to improve operating efficiency and asset utilization.


IT Infrastructure

From facility to IT infrastructure with Datacenter Clarity LC


Datacenter Clarity LCTM bridges the gap between IT and facility management to enable leaders to efficiently and effectively leverage existing synergies. 


IT asset management is comprised of (but not limited to):

  1. an asset management system
  2. work order system
  3. customer relationship management
  4. and cloud service management

Facility management is comprised of (but not limited to:

  1. a building management system
  2. energy management
  3. power quality
  4. and fire safety & security management