EcomNets Joins with Verdiem to Bring PC Power Management to Federal Government and Corporate Customers

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Helping Extend Green IT Initiatives from the Desktop to the Data Center.

EcomNets, a Deloitte Fast 50 company dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems, today announced that it has become a reselling partner with Seattle-based Verdiem, the leader in PC power management software. The partnership allows EcomNets to help federal and commercial customers extend their power reduction and other green computing and cost-cutting measures beyond the data center, to include the entire desktop enterprise.

Verdiem's SURVEYOR enterprise-level PC power management software measures, manages and reduces energy consumption on PC networks by providing remote, network-level control over PC power settings so that idle PCs and monitors can be put into lower power settings. This maximizes energy reduction, saving organizations $20 to $60 per PC per year in electricity costs, without interfering with end-user productivity or desktop maintenance. SURVEYOR, which consists of a server component and a desktop client compatible with Windows 95 through to Windows Vista, leverages the complete existing Windows power management interface. SURVEYOR includes advanced features such as Wake-on-WAN, which integrates with Microsoft SMS (Systems Management Server) to allow PCs in sleep mode to be woken on-demand for maintenance purposes such as software upgrades and patches.

Under the terms of the agreement, EcomNets will provide consulting, sales, implementation and first-level support for Verdiem power management software to enterprise customers in the United States.

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EcomNets is recognized as a leading Green IT, Business Process Management and IT Governance Integration company that develops highly-innovative, rapidly-implemented, and extremely cost effective enterprise integration solutions. These solutions are currently delivered to a wide range of Information Technology (IT) clients within the Fortune 2000 and government agencies.


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