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Quantum Automation & Cormant bring data center management back to Singapore

10 Oct 2016

Cormant and Quantum Automation will be teaming up to integrate both pure-play data center infrastructure management and IBMS solutions to the Singapore market, as the companies seek to support mobile platforms and data center operations management.

Cormant's latest data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution supports PC, phone, tablet and offline mobile platforms, while the partnership will allow for further data center operations management.

Cormant Asia operations head Mel De Luna believes the company's presence and experience with Singapore customers will help boost its operations in the Asia market.

“With Cormant customers in Singapore going back as far as 2004, Cormant has great experience in the Asian region. We know customers have derived great benefit from Cormant-CS. Together with the expertise Quantum Automation brings to the facilities side of the datacenter we can really help customers deliver much more efficient, reliable, greener data centers," de Luna says.

Commenting on the partnership with Quantum, Cormant CEO Paul Goodison believes this will boost data center operations.

“We are delighted to be able to showcase how the combination of Quantum’s IBMS solution and Cormant’s DCIM solution can really lead to better data center operation,” he says.

“Traditionally, data center facilities staff and IT operations staff have operated independently. However, there is now growing pressure to have these groups work together to maximize the efficiency of the data center. Quantum Automation and Cormant deliver a way to achieve that necessary collaboration," he continues.

Cormant's latest Cormant-CS includes newer dashboards and enhanced analytics so that operators can track the state of every device in the data center, including redundancy analysis.  

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