|By PR Newswire||
|October 25, 2012 03:01 AM EDT||
LONDON and SEATTLE, October 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Integrates IT Energy Management with Building Management Systems for Smart Buildings
Verdiem, a leader in IT energy management software, today introduced Verdiem VBOX, the first IT energy management appliance, in conjunction with the release of Verdiem Surveyor Fall Edition 2012. VBOX is a fully integrated software and hardware solution for an easy, quick and affordable deployment.
With the Fall Edition, Verdiem is also releasing Connect for Smart Buildings, a solution that integrates IT energy management with building management systems (BMS). Connect for Smart Buildings provides facilities and energy managers with visibility and control across facility equipment (heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting, security, etc.) and IT devices for comprehensive energy management to significantly reduce energy waste.
In addition, Verdiem expands its leading energy management analytics with new role-based dashboards that deliver key summary information on energy savings as well as the ability to drill down to uncover more detailed insights in order to optimize energy savings.
"Energy is an expensive and essential resource. The fact that demand is rising and supply is constrained is driving interest in energy management technologies," said Andrew Donoghue, eco-efficient IT analyst at 451 Research. "Verdiem is well placed to benefit from this trend by offering solutions that provide a holistic view of enterprise IT energy consumption. Companies can make substantial reductions in energy use and cost across both IT and facilities by using the kind of monitoring and control software developed by suppliers such as Verdiem."
"Verdiem has deep IT experience and our solution is proven for both large distributed enterprises and small single location organizations," said John Scumniotales, president and CEO of Verdiem. "Due to its easy deployment and fast time to realize savings, the new VBOX reflects the growing demand for energy efficiency solutions in the mid-market, particularly in the education, government, and non-profit hospital sectors, as these organizations are under significant budget pressure and can save jobs by cutting energy waste."
To find out more visit http://www.verdiem.com.
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