TSO Logic™ has been recognized in the CRN Data Center 100 annual list, featuring technology vendors whose solutions are vital for powering today’s data center. CRN developed the list to help solution providers navigate the marketplace and identify the top companies and technologies across the data center to best meet their needs as they build solutions for their customers.

Identified by the editorial staff, the vendors featured on this list power, support and protect today’s data center services from data backup tools to virtual data center solutions and cloud hosting services, while boosting efficiency and productivity.

The list honors vendors in five different data center technology categories: Infrastructure, Tools, Virtualization, Service Providers, and Designers and Builders. TSO Logic was selected under the category of Data Center Tool Providers.

TSO Logic’s award-winning Application-Aware Power Management™ solution was selected based on its unique ability to significantly reduce power usage in datacenters while respecting business rules and maintaining performance. Additionally, TSO Logic provides insight into where power dollars are being spent and how they change based on the applications running. C-levels and administrators alike benefit from the cost savings and insights.

“The Data Center 100 list recognizes vendors that embrace innovation, efficiency and sustainability, to bring the data center to the next level,” said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. “These dynamic companies are led by forward-thinking executives who understand today’s data center environment. We applaud their success and look forward to their continued contributions to this industry.”

“It’s great to be recognized for our efforts to deliver an easy to implement solution that provides immediate cost savings for our customers,“ said Aaron Rallo, founder and CEO of TSO Logic. “We’re proud to work closely with our growing reseller network to educate and support their customers to know more about power usage in their facility and reduce power costs.”