Network infrastructure specialist Siemon has announced a new technology partnership with network monitoring experts Paessler.
Paessler will join Siemon’s Intelligent Building and Data Centre Complimentary Manufacturer Partner programme, which offers support to customers in the data centre and intelligent building sectors.
Paessler’s PRTG network monitoring tool will be integrated with Siemon’s IT network infrastructure and physical layer portfolio to monitor all components of a data centre or an intelligent building, with the aim of optimising performance and reducing resource consumption and operating costs.
Siemon has also joined Paessler’s Uptime Alliance technology partner programme. The Uptime Alliance provides a collaborative platform for technology partners to provide integrated and combined solutions that ensure the maximum uptime of IT infrastructure.
“We are proud to be partnering with Paessler who are known for great expertise, quality products and exceptional service,” said Bob Allan, Global Intelligent Building Solutions Specialist at Siemon.
“Through working together, we can offer our clients access to best-in-class technology that monitors the health and performance of their entire infrastructure for maximum uptime. Combined with our high-performance IT infrastructure solutions, we will deliver greater intelligent building and data centre benefits to our client base around the world.”
“Partnering with Siemon is a great step forward for Paessler,” added Marcus Kraus, Corporate Development and Strategy Manager at Paessler.
“The innovative technologies and the knowhow of Siemon enrich Paessler’s Uptime Alliance ecosystem in the world of data centre and intelligent buildings. Joint customers benefit from this partnership through advanced integrations, enhanced visibility and a holistic approach for managing their data centre or intelligent building.”
On 25 November 2021 at 11:00 AM CET, Siemon and Paessler experts will deliver a joint TechTalk webinar called How to Effectively Monitor the Whole Data Center, where they will discuss challenges in data centre monitoring and the benefits that effective monitoring can bring to an organisation.