StruxureOn optimises the way that data is analysed, stored and delivered as actionable information to improve decision-making and incident management
Schneider Electric has introduced a digital service that offers real-time system visibility and predictive analytics for data centres.
StruxureOn connects the physical infrastructure of data centres to Schneider’s Electric cloud to help predict and prevent incidents and minimise downtime. Data regarding system performance, maintenance and service requirements can be accessed via mobile app and proactively alert personnel to potential failures. Appropriate measures can then be taken to service critical equipment prior to it occurring.
As part of the digital service, Schneider Electric’s service bureau personnel are on hand to remotely troubleshoot issues or, in cases that can’t be resolved remotely, dispatch a field service representative to resolve the issue.
“Today, as data centre managers face tightening budgets, growing customer demands on data centre performance, and an increasingly competitive market, optimising operations while staying within financial confines has become a significant challenge,” said Henrik Leerberg, global director of ITD digital services, Schneider Electric.
“With StruxureOn, Schneider Electric is harnessing the power of IoT to give data centre and facility managers the insights, tools and support they need to proactively predict and prevent incidents and system downtime.”
According to the energy management and automation specialist, StruxureOn optimises the way that data is analysed, stored and delivered as actionable information to improve decision-making around data centre maintenance, uptime and incident management.
StruxureOn is available in North America and is expected to roll out globally on a phased basis towards the end of 2016 and early next year.