SOMERSET, N.J. (PRWEB)
March 26, 2020
Sunbird Software, the global innovator in data center management software, today announced it is offering free subscriptions of its Power IQ® Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Monitoring software to hospitals and healthcare organizations. Deploying Power IQ will help these organizations ensure non-stop mission critical operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“With COVID-19, we anticipate higher utilization of server compute, storage, and network resources in the hospital and healthcare industry due to employees working from home plus a dramatic increased demand on hospital services,” said Herman Chan, President, Sunbird Software. “Now, it is more important than ever to ensure that mission-critical data center resources are redundant and reliable. Power IQ provides the data center power and temperature monitoring healthcare systems desperately need at this time.”
Power IQ, the industry-leading standard in data center power and environment monitoring provides maximum uptime and availability via:
power monitoring to ensure power failover redundancy
- power monitoring to ensure power load stays below circuit breaker limits, and
- temperature monitoring to ensure the data center does not overheat
Sunbird is providing a free one-year subscription of Power IQ to help these vulnerable organizations ensure mission-critical systems are running, power capacity is available for those systems, and redundancy is clear. During this crisis, uptime and availability is paramount, and Power IQ provides the power monitoring necessary to maintain data center uptime.
To get a demo or request your free subscription, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Sunbird and Power IQ, visit https://www.sunbirddcim.com/.
About Sunbird Software
Sunbird is a leading global provider of DCIM software. Learn more at https://www.sunbirddcim.com/.
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