Schneider introduces StruxureWare in Cebu-A A +A
Friday, October 12, 2012
CEBU CITY -- Schneider Electric (SE) introduced Friday "StruxureWare," a software platform of applications and suites that gives managers access to energy costs without impacting operations.
In a conference entitled "Inspiration Day 2012" at the San Antonio Meeting Room, Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu at 11:30 a.m. Friday, SE country president Philippe Reveilhac said that StruxureWare is now made available to other businesses and infrastructures to help them save up to 30 percent of their energy costs without impacting operations.
StruxureWare is a software that integrates into one network the various components of an enterprise, including intelligent monitoring, control, security cameras, power, lighting, electrical distribution, fire safety, and Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) across most industries.
"With our StruxureWare solution, we are taking one big step toward creating energy-efficient businesses. By giving facility managers a bird's eye of what's happening inside their enterprises from shop floor to top floor, we enable them to implement informed decisions and addresses issues that need attention to make the most of their building's resources," Reveilhac said.
Also present in the conference Friday is Ian Dela Rosa, sales manager for APC by Schneider Electric, who introduced the Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM).
DCIM is a combination of software, hardware and sensors that allows one to monitor, optimize and intelligently plan power and cooling capacity in a data center.
Dela Rosa said the DCIM will help collect and manage information about data center assets and resource, and provide a different visibility of where the organization is in terms of assets.
He said DCIM is the StruxureWare.
Dela Rosa, who leads the team of all IT distributors, IT channel re sellers and high power partners including Enterprise Named account and Strategic partners (IBM, IPVG), also said the DCIM in action gets the necessary information, collects all the reports from different points of data centers, generates the gathered reports, and analyzes the data and from there, actions are provided whether to optimize the deficiency, fix the expected failures, or build or buy necessary capacity.
Schneider Electric is a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries. It offers integrated solutions to make energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green across multiple market segments. (Jay Ann Clamohoy/Sunnex)