Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson and the global leader in enablingBusiness-Critical Continuity, today announced that leading IT services company Fujitsu has significantly improved its data center reliability and efficiency. Using Emerson Network Power’s Aperture software solutions, part of the company’s data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions portfolio, Fujitsu increased the overall reliability, availability, and efficiency of its data center systems.
“Customers typically come to us because they want efficient, flexible, and economical data center services that provide the security and resilience they need. And Emerson Network Power has been able to help us deliver on that need,” said Chris Flanagan, data center operations development manager, Fujitsu in the U.K. and Ireland. “Additionally, the Aperture solutions have helped us streamline our processes, which make it easier for customers to do business with us.”
“As the leading provider of information and communication technology business solutions for the global marketplace, Fujitsu needs to meet its customers’ demands for the highest availability application hosting and data center services,” said Thomas Waun, president of global sales, marketing, and professional services for Emerson Network Power’s Avocent business, which is leading the development of Emerson’s DCIM solutions portfolio. “Our solutions deliver information they need to accurately manage capacity and optimize their physical infrastructure assets.”
Fujitsu is using Aperture Capacity Manager, Aperture Configuration Manager, and Aperture Infrastructure Process Manager. These solutions provide Fujitsu with the capability to provide accurate anticipation of customers’ expansion needs with simplified and streamlined capacity planning. Emerson has also enabled Fujitsu to operate more efficiently during the companies’ seven-year collaboration. The Aperture software solutions have enabled Fujitsu to reduce carbon emissions by more than 2,700 metric tons per year and saved 380 man hours per month with standardized installation, move, and change processes.