RF Code Tags Three Million Data Center Assets
The company tagged more than 750,000 assets last year.
Following the two million mark reached in 2013, RF Code has announced another milestone: the tagging of over three million data center assets globally. Last year saw the distribution of more than 750,000 asset and environmental sensors to meet the growing demand amongst corporate executives for accurate management information on millions of dollars of investment, and data center operators’ need for maximum control throughout the lifecycle of IT assets.
This rapid uptake of RF Code solutions further validates the company’s credentials in data center management and demonstrates RF Code’s capabilities for meeting the complex financial and operational needs of the world’s largest organizations and data center service providers.
“Total Cost of Ownership is driving executives to look for the automated accuracy required to meet regulatory and financial demands”, explained RF Code’s CEO, Ed Healy. “We have demonstrated millions of dollars in savings from power and environmental monitoring but this rise in asset management reflects the biggest headache for the CFO and CIO: how to deal with security, over-provisioning, accurate audits, planning for data center growth and financial accountability for the use of the data center service.”
RF Code continued its progress in new customer acquisitions with a number of blue-chip organizations including Vodafone, CenturyLink, multiple global financial institutions, managed services and cloud providers, energy distributors, healthcare, and oil and gas companies. These successes cement RF Code’s market leader position in North America, a fact matched by further investment by customers, partners and global systems integrators in EMEA and APAC.
Healy continued, “2014 was a big year for RF Code. Our data center and Workplace IoT solutions are recognized as an integral part of efficient power, asset, personnel and strategic management. 2015 will see the company take major steps forward in providing executives with the metrics required to turn the data center from an insatiable cost center, to a profit-making service.”