Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) is driving the economics of hybrid digital infrastructure and requires a new business-focused approach to deliver on the currently unfulfilled potential offered.
Data Centre operations require seamless integration across complex hybrid digital infrastructure and geographically diverse estates. This is needed to access the collated and accurate, real-time information from the entire data centre operation, which is required to manage against business goals and objectives.
RiT Tech invite you to register free of charge for their Hybrid Digital Infrastructure Management Webinar that they are hosting with Intel DCM on Wednesday 8th July 2020 at 10am BST
This webinar oﬀers a glimpse of a new business-driven approach to data centre and digital infrastructure management and the emergence of a single source of data centre business truth.
How integration of real-time systems across silos can bring business advantage in today’s hybrid digital world.
- Intel DCM
- RiT Tech XpedITe Platform
- Short Demo
- Summary and Q&A
- Ofer Lior, Intel
- Mark Acton, RiT Tech
- Venessa Moﬀat, RiT Tech
- Yoel Zohar, RiT Tech
The webinar is scheduled on Wednesday 8th July 2020 at 10am BST. You are invited to register to attend this webinar free of charge. Please sign up here
About RiT Tech:
Headquartered in Israel, RiT Tech is a leading provider of converged IT infrastructure management and connectivity solutions for over 30 years. RiT offers an open-framework platform that provides a unified way to manage converged systems and services, to improve resource utilisation, streamline infrastructure operations, reduce operational cost, optimise future investments and to enhance data security. RiT also offers high-performance, end-to-end structured cabling solutions.
RiT’s pioneering R&D Centre in Israel is the birth place of AIM – Automated Infrastructure Management, which is now integrated into ISO/IEC 18598. RiT’s data-centric approach facilitates intelligent, big data solutions to complex business problems, deployed around the world in data centres, large corporations, government agencies, financial institutions, telecommunications, airport authorities, healthcare organisations and educational facilities.