Schneider launches white paper app
Dubai, January 27, 2013
Schneider Electric has launched its new white paper app for tablets and mobile devices, giving users free mobile access to the company’s 150-plus library built from $90 million worth of research.
The app is designed for Apple iOS and Android-supported devices.
The app’s launch coincides with the release of one of Schneider Electric’s much-anticipated research papers on the newly emerging field of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM).
The paper, titled “Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Evaluating and Implementing DCIM Solutions”, addresses the issue of how to prevent the loss of ROI (return on investment) when choosing, installing, and maintaining DCIM solutions.
However, due to common mistakes made when choosing and implementing DCIM, several managers are under-realizing the value these solutions can deliver, said Kevin Brown, vice president, Data Center Global Offer, Schneider Electric.
“To help create the most sustainable and reliable data centers, we invest heavily in data center research to help guide our strategy and product development. We make much of this research freely available through our white papers in order to help others understand the industry technologies and their challenges such as DCIM,” Brown said.
“We have listened to our customers who have been asking for easier access to the white papers via tablets and other mobile devices. We are excited to provide this capability via our new mobile application that enables convenient offline access to the entire library published by our Data Center Science Center.”
Schneider Electric hopes to empower customers, such as those using or thinking about DCIM solutions, to keep the latest knowledge at the forefront of their management strategies and equipping them to realize the highest ROI while achieving the lowest environmental impact possible.
Additionally, Schneider Electric’s white paper library holds a wealth of educational material on other industry topics such as studies around the debate of AC versus DC power, the benefits of modular data centers, the effectiveness of the latest cooling technologies, applications of different data center designs, the latest research around physical and software infrastructure technologies, and more. – TradeArabia News Service
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