Avocent is a leading global provider of IT operations management solutions for enterprise data centres, small/medium businesses and branch offices - desktops to data centers.
Solutions include management tools that allow IT departments remote access and control of data center devices, desktops and mobile devices such as laptops and handheld devices.
New are power management tools that enable real-time energy measurements. For data centers new intelligent power distribution units and management software allow IT managers to monitor and measure IT energy consumption, costs, and trends at the outlet level. For desktops IT managers can now set end-node power consumption policies and measure energy-savings on individual computers.
For data centers, Avocent hardware, software and embedded technologies combined provide customers with centralized management. IT administrators can sit at a single console and control local and remote servers, network data center devices, and mobile, power and environmental appliances.
For desktop environments, Avocent systems, security and process management solutions help IT teams automate and simplify the management of desktops, servers, and mobile devices.
Avocent actively participates in the development of many industry standards and specifications that are integrated into Avocent products including silicon, firmware, remote access cards and blade server management modules.
Avocent has more than three dozen embedded design wins with industry leaders and maintains an OEM relationship with leading technology providers including HP, Dell, IBM, Intel and FSC. Thousands of client sites, including those of Fortune 100 companies, rely every day on Avocent technology. Customers include Microsoft Corp., Intel, HP, Dell, Time Warner, GE, Exxon Mobile, FedEx and Home Depot, among others.
Avocent has more than 2,000 employees; and sales, operations and R&D centers worldwide. Avocent stock is traded as AVCT on the NASDAQ Stock Market.
More information is available at www.avocent.com.
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