Pleasanton, California (EastBayDaily) — The United States Patent and Trademark Office, an agency of the Department of Commerce, has awarded CrestPoint Solutions the contract to provide an Enterprise Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solution for multiple data centers across the country.
The USPTO requires a DCIM solution that enables asset management, visualization, search capabilities, capacity planning, real-time measurement capability, reporting and analytics, as well as efficiency and optimization of their data centers nationwide. The implementation of CrestPoint-FME will provide the USPTO with a single pane of glass for immediate visibility to the data center operations teams and technical teams.
“CrestPoint is extremely proud of our new partnership with the USPTO. The problems we were tasked to solve were within our core capabilities and it gave us the opportunity to showcase the depth and the breadth of our platform” Fabomi Ojuola, President-CrestPoint Solutions.
About CrestPoint Solutions CrestPoint Solutions is a global critical infrastructure management provider that offers software and data management solutions to enterprise, colocation, telecommunications and government data centers and facilities worldwide. Their flagship cloud based application FME is a complete Facilities Management and Engineering tool has been used to manage critical network infrastructures of global organizations since 2001. Their software and solutions have been employed by some of the world’s leading companies. With 1,400 facilities deployed in 49 states and 22 countries, the CrestPoint-FME is the leading DCIM platform on the market.