Zycko, the pan-European value-added distributor of leading edge IT solutions has added IT energy management and efficiency specialist Verdiem to its distribution portfolio.
The new partnership allows Zycko’s resellers to help customers further optimise their IT estates, by intelligently managing the power state of business IT devices, resulting in energy savings of up to 60 per cent.
IT Energy Management Leader Integrates Business Intelligence Provider's Platform Into New Software Solution
NEW YORK and SEATTLE, Jan. 10, 2012 – Information Builders, an independent leader in business intelligence (BI) solutions, and Verdiem, a provider of IT energy management solutions, today announced a partnership to use BI and analytics to better manage energy consumption and optimize related cost savings. Under the agreement, Verdiem is integrating WebFOCUS, Information Builders' comprehensive BI solution, into its new Surveyor 6 platform, enabling centralized power management beyond the traditional PC and Mac platforms to distributed IT devices.
Verdiem’s Surveyor platform draws critical praise for its extensive features and functionality with a focus on accuracy, high usability and advanced reporting capabilities for desktop power management.
Verdiem, a leader in IT energy management and efficiency software, today announced its inclusion on the “shortlist” of leading desktop power management (DPM) solutions in Ovum’s Industry Solutions Guide. As a shortlist vendor, Verdiem has established a commanding market position with a product that is widely accepted as “best of breed.”
Verdiem's Surveyor software helps Foundation Trust optimise PC power usage
London - 4th October 2011 - Verdiem has successfully deployed its Surveyor IT energy management software at South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (SEPT) - one of the UK's largest and highest performing NHS Foundation Trusts. Using Surveyor, SEPT has already secured immediate power savings of over 20 percent per PC since deployment - equivalent to an annual unit energy saving of 55.5 kWh.
Leading IT energy management provider helps make OS X Lion better by measuring, managing, and reducing energy consumption
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Verdiem, a leader in IT energy management software, today announced support for Apple OS X Lion with its flagship product, Surveyor, the industry’s most advanced solution for helping enterprises centrally control and reduce the energy used by Macs and PCs on their networks by up to 60 percent without impacting end users or IT departments.
Improved Integration with Windows 7 Power Management Features and Expanded Security Support Help Enterprises Better Manage, Measure and Reduce PC Energy Consumption
SURVEYOR 5.5 includes new features and functionality such as support for desktops and laptops running on the Mac operating system (OS), improved integration with Windows 7 power management capabilities and expanded security support to help organizations save money and reduce energy waste within the enterprise.
WSU’s College Of Business Reports A More Than 40 Percent Reduction In Energy Consumption
Seattle and Pullman, WA – Monday, October 25, 2010 – Verdiem, the leader in enterprise PC power management software, today announced that Washington State University’s College Of Business is the first department at WSU to deploy Verdiem’s PC power management software and reports a more than 40 percent reduction in energy consumption based on an initial pilot implementation.
First Large Scale Study Using Software Agents Running On 110,000 PCs With 64.5 Million CPU Hours Logged Provides Most Definitive Data On PC Energy Waste and Reduction Measures
Seattle, WA -- October 20, 2010 – Verdiem today announced the results of a major new research study commissioned by one of the nation’s largest utility companies and conducted by QDI Strategies which advances insight into significant energy waste within the corporate and government sectors. This study reveals that more than 100 million corporate and government PCs are left “powered on” 94 percent of the time – in most cases well beyond actual user demand for PC “on” time. The study also reveals that a centralized PC power management solution reduced PC energy consumption by 45 percent.