Minicom Advanced Systems, a leading developer of IT infrastructure access, control, and management solutions for data centers, announced today that they are introducing an Enterprise Edition of their remote access management platform, AccessIT™, at Data Center World, presented by AFCOM, Las Vegas, October 3rd - 6th. AccessIT provides IT staff with an easy-to-operate web interface for running and managing the multiple remote access protocols needed to maintain their servers, switches, firewalls, routers and other IT components. With AccessIT, IT managers enjoy a "single pane of glass" view of their IT infrastructure and access methods (power, serial, KVM, and software access services), enabling quick, easy access and control.
AccessIT Enterprise Edition is ideal for businesses with remote branches, testing labs with a large number of servers and simultaneous remote users, large, "lights-out" data centers where remote access is the only means of accessibility, and any organization that relies heavily on IT uptime. Designed to meet the needs of large organizations, AccessIT Enterprise Edition can accommodate more than 250 servers and network devices, and more than 10 users.
"With the growing implementation of lights-out data centers and cloud computing, the computing and networking devices the IT department has to service are typically half way around the world. There is a pressing need for managing the many remote access protocols that make up today's data centers. AccessIT Enterprise Edition gives big companies a simple tool for organizing all their different protocols, IP addresses, logins, and passwords, letting IT staff work in tandem regardless of location," said Rami Sasson, VP Business Development & Strategy, Minicom.
Visit Minicom at Data Center World (AFCOM), Las Vegas, Nevada, October 3rd through 6th, 2010, Booth #329.
To try AccessIT, visit minicom.com/requestdemoip.cfm.
About Minicom Advanced Systems
Minicom (minicom.com) is a global leader of IT management solutions for data centers, server rooms and rack environments.
With an established track record of pioneering innovative solutions, Minicom is synonymous with IT infrastructure efficiency and shortening resolution time in data centers. Tailored for IT managers who need secure, centralized, and seamless access to their mixed IT environments (servers, console servers, PDUs, and network devices), our IT infrastructure solutions enable local, remote, in-band and out-of-band access and management. Minicom's unique approach maximizes past investments in IT infrastructure, installation, and training while adding innovative technology, resulting in reduced costs and increased productivity.
Since 1988, we have provided solutions for some of the largest rack environments in the world. With headquarters in Israel and regional offices in North America, Europe and China, Minicom operates in over 70 countries. Our solutions are used daily to manage millions of servers.
About Data Center World Conference
Data Center World (datacenterworld.com), operated by AFCOM, the world's leading 4,000-member data center association, is the industry's premier networking and educational conference, and occurs bi-annually. Thousands of data center professionals, from many of the largest corporations across all industries, government organizations, and academic institutions in the world attend Data Center World to share, discuss and learn about the latest data center trends, technologies and best practices, as well as products and services by some of the world's leading data center technology and service providers. Tradeshow Week recognizes Data Center World as one of the 50 fastest growing shows in the U.S. (2006, 2007 and 2008).
AFCOM (afcom.com) is a leading association supporting the educational and professional development needs of data center professionals around the globe. Established in 1980, AFCOM currently boasts more than 4,000 members and 40 chapters worldwide, and provides data center professionals with unique networking opportunities and educational forums and resources through its annual Data Center World Conferences, published magazines, regional chapters, research and hotline services, and industry alliances.