Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Tenduit will feature the companys first infrastructure management solution, RIMCenter, at AFCOMs popular Data Center World conference March 19-22, 2012 at the Las Vegas Mirage event center. RIMCenter virtualizes Remote Infrastructure Management eliminating the need for KVM/IP and iPDU hardware and is a major step forward in bringing remote server management technology up to date with current data center trends, including virtualization, modular computing and cloud computing.
Dave Perry, CEO of Tenduit commented on the companys decision to participate in Data Center World, Increasingly, Global 5000 companies are taking advantage of cloud, virtualization and co-location services to scale-up and leverage their IT investments. This makes sense but ultimately, all of these technologies rely on a physical layer of IT resources that must be managed efficiently.
Perry further commented, Until recently secure, remote access and control of data center infrastructure has been dependent on a variety of devices (e.g. KVM and iPDUs) that consume space and power, generate heat and require cabling for deployment. Tenduit has removed these burdens and costs by delivering out of band management through our easy-to-use software. We are extremely encouraged by the interest RIMCenter has generated since its announcement and believe the attendees of Data Center World will very interested in this important evolution in server management.
RIMCenter is the first in a series of software solutions for the management of physical data center infrastructure. Company representatives and selected resellers will be available to discuss RIMCenter features and the companys future plans for expanded infrastructure offerings. The company is also interested in discussing reseller and OEM relationships as the company expands US and International distribution capabilities.
Visit Tenduit at booth 1014 for a preview of RIMCenter and register for a free iPad drawing.
RIMCenter pricing begins at $ 149 per server. A free trial version of RIMCenter is available without obligation and can be requested from the companys website, http://www.tenduit.com.
Tenduit offers RIMCenter, the first software-only infrastructure management alternative to KVM and iPDU hardware, that increases server uptime by enabling system administrators to securely access, power control and manage physical servers anywhere, anytime.
For more information about Tenduit, visit http://www.tenduit.com.