IO Receives U.S. Patent for Software-Defined Modular Data Center
Patent recognizes IO’s distinct research and development of software-defined data centers.
IO has announced it has been granted a new patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the company’s software-defined modular data center.
U.S. Patent 8,733,812 defines the technology necessary for a modular data center with intelligent management, monitoring and control mechanisms. The powerful combination enables enterprises to improve operational efficiency with insightful analytics. This patent adds to the collection of intellectual property rights IO has accumulated through its advanced research and development work.
IO’s purpose-built modular data centers now serve as the industry’s benchmark for software-defined data centers. Equipped with the IO.OS® data center operating system, IO’s modules enable enterprises to measure utilization and manage energy consumption of all IT-related equipment and facility infrastructure components.
"At IO, we believe the status quo must be challenged and IT must be reinvented to build a sustainable and secure future for our customers," said George Slessman, chief executive officer and product architect at IO. "This modular data center patent represents an important achievement for IO’s purpose-driven people and customers."
The full breadth of IO’s work is being substantiated in a broad, global patent portfolio that puts the company in a strong position to serve the market.