Concurrent Thinking Announces New Enterprise Scale DCIM Solutions at Data Centre World, London

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Ground breaking DCIM vendor upgrades its product range with a new Enterprise DCIM appliance, improvements to its concurrentCONTROL devices and a new and more powerful GUI for greater user satisfaction

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The new product release also debuts significant changes to the powerful and intuitive web GUI. These are aimed at improving the user’s experience across all Internet connected devices.

Data Centre World, London: Concurrent Thinking has announced an enterprise version of its concurrentCOMMAND DCIM appliance to provide a resilient solution for monitoring and managing large-scale data centres. Michael Rudgyard, CTO at Concurrent Thinking said, “This new announcement is a key step towards our goal to provide the most scalable data centre infrastructure management product on the market; further significant and incremental changes will be forthcoming in the next 12 months.”

Unlike software-only DCIM offerings, concurrentCOMMAND is delivered as a hardened, single-U server which works in conjunction with multiple concurrentCONTROL devices to supply a complete solution for optimising data centre power efficiency. Key architectural enhancements to product software allow a significantly increased number of real time data centre metrics to be processed with increased resilience in scale-out environments.

The enhanced leverages Concurrent Thinking’s existing concurrentCOMMAND and concurrentCONTROL appliance framework, as well as the use of high-performance round-robin databases for storing very large amounts of historical data in a fixed storage space. The appliances provide the capability to monitor and manage power at the distribution board, PDU and server level (including power capping.) By collating power measurements with IT equipment utilisation, environmental conditions and cooling overheads, Concurrent’s products are able to identify and reduce energy inefficiencies at the building, rack and IT levels.

Concurrent Thinking has also announced a new version of its entry level concurrentCOMMAND appliance, a new concurrentCONTROL appliance with multiple RS232 and RS485 interfaces, and the adoption of 1-wire technology that allows up to 40 temperature, pressure or humidity sensors to be daisy-chained up to 50 metres apart.

The new product release also debuts significant changes to the powerful and intuitive web GUI. These are aimed at improving the user’s experience across all Internet connected devices. Key improvements include the adoption of modern HTML5 technologies for faster and more robust viewing, and for rendering graphical information more efficiently in its Data Centre Plan View and Data Centre Rack View, using internet-connected devices. “We believe that highly graphical representations of data not only improves the user experience, but provides powerful ways for identifying high level cost-saving measures ‘at a glance’ while being able to drill down rapidly to understand specific problems relating to individual IT devices. Furthermore, graphics become significantly more important at scale,” said Michael Rudgyard.

For more details and a demonstration of the new solutions, please visit Concurrent Thinking on stand G20 at Data Centre World, or go to the website


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About Concurrent Thinking:

Concurrent Thinking is a leading provider of DCIM solutions. Uniquely, the company has applied experience gained through its heritage in High Performance (HPC) and super-computing environments to the datacentre sector. This has resulted in a holistic and vendor neutral solution set with a rapid ROI, that delivers tangible benefits to multiple constituencies within any business that depends upon reliable and efficient datacentre operations.

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