365 Data Centers employs OpenData DCIM platform

365 Data Centers has implemented Modius´ OpenData data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software platform to enable real-time monitoring and metering of its data center infrastructure, the company said.

This new technology allows 365 to improve power efficiency, pro-actively notify customers about power utilization and offer more flexible, usage-based power pricing options. 365 Data Centers chose OpenData because of the breadth of its features and ability to integrate equipment and collect performance data from multiple vendors across their portfolio of sites.

OpenData DCIM software performs real-time polling of critical data center infrastructure to measure power utilization, cooling effectiveness and environmental status. Featured in Gartner Inc.´s latest Magic Quadrant for Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), OpenData was recognized for its innovative features such as predictive analytics, sensor-based real-time monitoring, asset management and thermal mapping.

365 Data Centers has deployed Modius OpenData across its colocation facilities and is currently providing its customers with metered power pricing and monitoring. All of 365´s colocation facilities are monitored 24x7x365 by 365´s Customer Service Center (CSC).

365 Data Centers provides data center solutions for cloud, content, carriers and enterprises in tier 2 markets. Through its 14 US edge colocation data centers, carrier-neutrality, 100 percent uptime, and industry compliance, 365 helps hundreds of businesses to improve user experience, reduce cost and speed innovation.

Modius provides real-time monitoring and data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software for IT and Facilities infrastructure. Its solutions enable IT and Facilities to work collaboratively to lower energy costs, expand capacity and improve availability of IT services.