Update for Data Center Management Package inteliPhy net

Measurement Data for Network Connectors from the Cloud

Measurement Data for Network Connectors from the Cloud

R&M, the globally active developer and provider of cabling systems for high-quality network infrastructures, based in Wetzikon, Switzerland, is updating the inteliPhy net management software. Version 3.0 is available for download for registered customers. inteliPhy net is a software for Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM). It is used for the digital and central organization of data centers. The software offers functions such as connection, device and capacity management of networks, cabinets, power supply and assets. Real-time monitoring is also supported.
inteliPhy net 3.0 contains extensive monitoring functions. The software collects information from PDUs, UPSs and other network devices that have an SNMP protocol interface. With inteliPhy net 3.0 it is easy to specifically select the most relevant data, display it clearly and raise an alarm in the case of an error. Configurable dashboard widgets and other features allow users to handle data in new ways.
Furthermore, users can create their own metamodels with inteliPhy net 3.0. A metamodel can represent a pre-configured device with various plug-in cards or a completely assembled and wired cabinet. One simple step is all it takes to integrate a complete metamodel into an existing data center. The time-consuming construction of cabinets from individual components is no longer necessary.
inteliPhy net 3.0 also contains tools with which Optical Distribution Frames (ODF) can be configured and visualized. This function is suitable for planning the setup of 19″ and ETSI-based meet-me rooms.
A powerful global search function for quickly finding specific devices rounds out the feature set of inteliPhy net 3.0, optimized both in terms of performance and ease of use.
With inteliPhy net 3.0, metamodels of devices and cabinets are created in data centers. inteliPhy net is the DCIM software from R&M, the Swiss network technology provider

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