Tuangru Holdings Inc. has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire the assets of No Limits Software, including their RaMP (Rack Management Platform) data center infrastructure management (DCIM) suite. The acquisition is part of Tuangru’s broader strategy to become the leading marketplace to buy and sell data center technologies. Details of the transaction were undisclosed.

“No Limit’s full DCIM suite has received plenty of attention over the past year,” said Tuangru president and CEO Jad Jebara. “The software’s strength in asset management and auto-discovery are remarkable, and pivotal towards our transformation into a one-stop source for data center technologies and services targeting data center operators.”  

No Limits Software, based in St. Louis, MO, was founded in 2009 by DCIM pioneer Dave Cole. The company’s RaMP DCIM suite offers users an agentless asset management tool with real-time monitoring, capacity planning, automated change management, and visual task and workflow management. The auto-discovery feature collects detailed device-specific data at the VM (virtual machine), IT and facility layers. This includes virtual machines, servers, storage, network, UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply), distributed power and environmental. No Limits Software’s RaMP DCIM was also a finalist for the 2016 DCS Awards: Data Center DCIM Product of the Year.

No Limits Software and the RaMP product brand will continue to operate under the same names during the transition. Upon completion, both names will be discontinued and the DCIM software will be re-branded as Tuangru DCIM.

“Tuangru’s vision to become the No.1 destination online for data center technologies and services is very appealing for No Limits,” said Mr. Cole. “The domain expertise of their leadership team, along with their marketplace platform opens up infinite possibilities for our DCIM suite. It’s a perfect fit.”