SOURCE: FieldView Solutions, Inc.
EDISON, NJ--(Marketwire - Oct 11, 2012) - Further building its global reputation as the industry's premier Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) provider, FieldView Solutions today announced it is expanding the company's global presence. Driven by overwhelming customer demand, the company is expanding into new regions in Europe, Central/South America, and Asia Pacific.
Currently, more than 20 percent of FieldView Solutions' business is derived from outside the United States. This growth is driven by the mounting volume of processing and applications used by today's businesses, as well as increasing storage requirements, leading to the need to monitor and control the rising energy costs of ever-larger and ever-more-power-hungry data centers. According to a recent article in The New York Times, this is evidenced by companies such as Facebook, which handles information generated by one billion users, necessitating massive numbers of servers across hundreds of thousands of square feet.
"Many data centers are struggling to properly mitigate the risk of down time as well as control facility expenses," said Fred Dirla, Chief Executive Officer, FieldView Solutions. "Most data centers are outfitted with proprietary systems that monitor energy usage, capacity and performance in separate silos. To exploit cost and efficiency possibilities fully, the market is turning to DCIM solutions as a means to automatically extract a wealth of information -- from the facilities and IT areas -- to make better, informed decisions. Today's announcement is clear evidence that FieldView Solutions is gaining tremendous momentum on a global scale."
As part of an expanded presence in Central and South America, FieldView Solutions today unveiled a new agreement with TCSolutions. Located in Brazil, the company provides infrastructure solutions for mission-critical environments, focusing specifically on data center requirements. The partnership enables TCSolutions to resell FieldView Solutions' DCIM offering throughout the Central/South American markets -- including Brazil, the world's sixth largest economy.
"The constant need to monitor power and cooling, combined with best practices of preventive and predictive maintenance and exponential growth of Data Center market in South America, offer FieldView DCIM solution a tremendous opportunity in this market," said Jayme Cosceli, CEO, TCSolutions. Frost & Sullivan projects an annual Data Center market growth in Brazil at 10 percent per year by 2017.
Further strengthening its global presence, FieldView Solutions is also in discussions to align with new partners in the United Kingdom, continental Europe and Asia Pacific -- including Japan, India, Singapore, Australia and China. Underscoring this initiative, the company has been invited to present its leading DCIM solution at Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro) Zone @Cloud show in Chiba, Japan, (Booth #5-32) October 24-26, and at Datacenter Dynamics London (Booth #20) on November 14-15, 2012. FieldView is a vendor-neutral platform with the ability to pull data from disparate systems -- and then present it in a unified, easy-to-read dashboard, monitoring and managing multiple data centers globally from a single console. With a powerful real-time data collection and database engine, the solution is able to handle massive amounts of data, including many of the world's largest data centers -- accurately determining current and future trends. FieldView is 100 percent browser-based and accessible from anywhere at any time.
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About FieldView Solutions
FieldView Solutions provides managers of today's complex, mission-critical data centers and Co-Lo facilities with browser-based, scalable software tools that deliver a real-time view into all aspects of data center infrastructure management (DCIM). The company's flagship product, FieldView, has helped data center IT and facilities operations professionals in many of the largest data centers including seven of the largest Co-Lo facilities in the U.S., Europe and Asia since 2006. The FieldView Solutions team is comprised of industry professionals with demonstrated experience in both the design and operation of data centers and the development of technology platforms that service them. FieldView Solutions meets the needs of a broad range of users, up to the largest-scale global corporate clients. For more information, visit http://www.fieldviewsolutions.com.