Nlyte Software is a leading provider of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions. Founded in 2004, the company has been dedicated to helping organizations optimize their data center operations and reduce costs.
Nlyte's DCIM solution provides real-time monitoring and management of data center assets, including power and cooling infrastructure, servers, and network devices. This comprehensive software allows IT teams to gain complete visibility into their data center environment, improve uptime, and ensure compliance with regulations and best practices. In addition to monitoring and managing data center assets, Nlyte's software offers robust analytics and reporting capabilities. This allows organizations to proactively make data-driven decisions, identify trends, and plan for future capacity requirements. With the ability to monitor power and cooling infrastructure, Nlyte can also help organizations reduce energy consumption and costs.
Nlyte has a global customer base that spans various industries, including financial services, healthcare, telecommunications, and government. The company's software is trusted by Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and leading service providers. Overall, Nlyte Software has established itself as a leading provider of DCIM solutions. Its software provides organizations with the tools they need to optimize their data center operations, reduce costs, and improve the overall efficiency of their IT environment. With a global customer base and strategic partnerships with industry leaders, Nlyte is poised for continued growth and innovation in the years ahead.
The combined experience of the data center industry in the region and the development and promotion of future trends are the most important reasons why we have become a partner of the GDA. With the exchange of opinions, knowledge, and experience through active cooperation with the GDA and its members, we would like to contribute to operating data centers more efficiently and sustainably and, in the future, to integrate them into a cross-sector circular economy (e.g. energy networks).