With their recent training and accreditation, Aberdeen based Network and Communications consultancy Network DNA Ltd are positioning themselves as Energy Management specialists in the IT and Building Management arena.
Challenges faced by many companies can be addressed with effective energy management of the IT and building services footprint.
By gaining 100% visibility into your energy consumption and waste for every device in the office and data center environment you can effectively cut energy costs by up to 35% across your distributed office. You can also reduce your carbon footprint, pinpoint equipment to virtualize or retire and immediately identify inefficient systems, configurations and operational practices.
The ability to monitor and report on energy consumption across the IT Infrastructure can be integrating with Building management systems to ensure that all reported and recommended outputs are captured. Network DNA Ltd can provide a tailored solution to integrate the IT & BMS systems, which allows companies’ to take control of their energy management.
“With the current economic climate in the Northeast being driven by lower oil prices, our business needed to focus more on providing services that not only add value, but most importantly have real potential to reduce costs. The solutions we are offering not only provides tangible savings through energy efficiency but also can reduce your carbon footprint”, commented Bill Anderson, Managing Director of Network DNA Ltd.
Network DNA Ltd in conjunction with Cisco Systems UK Limited, are hosting an Energy Management Lunch and learn session at Aberdeen Football Club’s Pittodrie Stadium on April 1st at 11:30am.
This session will introduce the benefits of the Cisco Energy management suite, which is a clientless ‘cross platform’ software solution to help manage and reduce your infrastructure energy requirements. Cisco’s John Clifford will walk the attendees through the highlights of the solution.
Limited places are available for the event, which includes tea, coffee and a buffet lunch. Anyone interested in attending the event should contact Carol Williamson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01224 515683.