Nlyte and Rahi Systems take on Europe with data centre management

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Nlyte Software and Rahi Systems have teamed up to offer enhanced data centre infrastructure management services across Europe.

Rahi Systems has already obtained technical and commercial accreditation from the European Nlyte Partner Network, meaning it can extend its storage, compute and networking solutions across the region alongside Rahi Systems' data centre management and optimisation products.

“The data centre market is undergoing real change. Managers are battling challenges from complexity, cost, and not being able to scale at the pace required," said Marcus Doran, vice president of sales and general manager of Rahi Systems Europe.

"Those who have not embraced DCIM to optimise their infrastructure assets are having to play catch-up to faster operators who are creating more efficient and effective colocation facilities and private data centres. Nlyte’s solutions and services complement our infrastructure management portfolio for data centre solutions.”

The combined offering will offer Rahi Systems' customers better insights into their data centre, allowing them to make more accurate decisions about how to grow their data centre in future. Scalability is key in the modern data centre and providing the tools that ensure businesses can grow coverage at the right time means they'll stay one step ahead of their competitors, according to the firms.

“Nlyte offers data centre managers the tools to analyse and optimise their infrastructure assets," said Moshe Benjo, Nlyte Software vice president and head of sales, EMEA.

"A proper understanding of the workings of assets operating in the data center is the first step to gaining control of what can become a sprawl as investments grow. Rahi Systems have the deep expertise in data centre operations to reverse this trend.”

Clare Hopping
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