San Francisco, California (PressExposure) September 13, 2011 -- Jay Hartley, along with Intel product manager Derek Collier, will highlight product integration that allows data centers to significantly curb energy consumption and support more servers
Modius Inc., a leading provider of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solutions, announced today that Chief Scientist Jay Hartley will join Intel Product Manager Derek Collier for a featured speaking engagement at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF 2011), taking place Sept. 13-15 in San Francisco.
During the Sept. 14 session, Hartley and Collier will highlight the integration of Intel® Data Center Manager (Intel DCM) with Modius® OpenData® Enterprise Edition, which, when combined, offer managers the industry's first real-time, unified power and thermal management solutions for both the IT and facility sides of the data center.
This technology partnership enhances OpenData with increased visibility and analytics by providing energy intelligence about critical IT and facilities assets, helping IT and data center managers better understand and manage the power consumption of their computing resources.
Attendees will walk away understanding how the integration of Intel DCM and OpenData curbs overall energy consumption and supports more servers, making it possible, for example, to reduce energy waste by upwards of 30 percent.
IDF is Intel's premier conference, bringing together people from across the technology spectrum to immerse themselves in the latest developments and advances coming out of this technology leader. Sessions are presented by Intel leadership, as well as key supporting organizations, such as Modius.