Emerson Recognized As A Leader In IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) 2013 Vendor Analysis

Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR) and a global leader in maximizing availability, capacity, and efficiency of critical infrastructure, today announced it is has been recognized as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) 2013 Vendor Analysis (doc #241280, May 2013).

The IDC MarketScape report recognizes Emerson for current capabilities and future strategy for all of its DCIM solutions, which deliver the capabilities needed for intuitive, scalable enterprise-class infrastructure monitoring and management. Emerson’s DCIM technology bridges the gap between facilities and IT operations in the data center, allowing IT to be a key player in the execution of the organization’s growth initiatives.

“Emerson Network Power’s R&D investment, sales channels, and partnerships within the DCIM ecosystem position its solutions to meet the critical needs of data center availability and agility,” said Jennifer Koppy, research manager at IDC. “The Trellis™ platform, in particular, represents the realization of many DCIM wish lists by delivering a single pane of glass that enables users to monitor, control, and analyze data center assets in real time.”

Earlier this year, IBM and Emerson Network Power teamed together to help clients understand and respond to what was happening in their data centers at the physical and application layers. This unique collaboration was the first to bring together a complete picture of data center operations.

“Emerson Network Power’s leadership position in the IDC DCIM market analysis reinforces why we chose to work with them to help clients improve data center efficiency and service management,” said Christopher O’Connor vice president strategy and engineering, IBM cloud and smarter infrastructure. “Together with Emerson Network Power we are addressing client demand for a holistic, real-time view of their data center across facilities and IT resources, with the information they need to improve overall operational efficiency.”

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