Emerson adds new capabilities to its TrellisPlatform
Emerson Network Power has announced new visualization, scalability and thermal management capabilities to its Trellis platform, including the addition of Trellis Thermal System Manager, a comprehensive environmental monitoring and management module that tracks the data center’s thermal profile to the device level. Trellis Thermal System Manager offers time savings on equipment installation, enables increased cooling efficiency and helps to identify and eradicate hot spots.
Trellis Thermal System Manager enables real-time, device-level thermal monitoring with 3D visualization, including the ability to pan and rotate to better understand airflow temperature profiles. These capabilities can drive energy reduction efforts by eliminating wasted cooling, ensuring timely response to thermal events in order to avoid downtime, and reducing operating costs by increasing the accuracy of thermal metrics and planning.
The updated Trellis platform is available globally. This is the third major update of the Trellis platform data center infrastructure management (DCIM) since its initial release in 2012.
“These are significant additions and enhancements to the Trellis platform, consistent with our modular, scalable approach to data center infrastructure management (DCIM), and further evidence of our ongoing commitment to the DCIM space,” said Enzo Greco, Vice-President & General Manager of Software, Emerson Network Power. “The data center is a complex, evolving environment, and no two facilities are same. The Trellis platform, with its modular offerings engineered for deployment as needed, is designed to bring clarity to these spaces and maximize the value of our customers’ IT assets.”