130 King Street West, Suite 1800 | Toronto, ON | M5X 1E3
416.865.3392

Tri-Paragon Inc.

An Introduction to Sunbird DCIM Software

DCIM software is a class of software that gives Data Centre operators the ability to run efficient Data Centre operations and improve Data Centre infrastructure planning and design. It typically replaces Excel, Visio, and home-grown databases. DCIM software can bridge information across organizational domains – Data Centre Ops, Facilities, and IT to maximize utilization of the Data Centre.

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Sunbird Systems Inc. and Tri-Paragon Inc. announce DCIM Agreement

August 1, 2019

Sunbird Systems Inc. and Tri-Paragon Inc. today announced the availability of Sunbird’s DCIM Software products to Tri-Paragon’s portfolio of Data Centre solutions to decrease energy consumption, improve overall performance metrics, reduce ownership life cycle costs and improve operational reliability.

Future Proof Your Data Center Cooling with OptiCool®

Tri-Paragon Inc. 130 King Street West, Suite 1800, P.O. Box 427, Toronto, ON Canada M5X 1E3              

Phone: 416.865.3392 Email: info@triparagon.com

Company Overview:

OptiCool Technologies is an affiliate company of Calvary Robotics – a 20 year history of engineering innovation. We design, engineer, manufacture and market our award-winning OptiCool® cooling system in Webster, NY. We focus exclusively on refrigerant-based cooling solutions which can be located wherever you locate your technology, Data Centers, CoLo’s, Cloud Centers, Telecom Switch Rooms, Cable Head End Rooms, Cell Phone Tower Rooms and Wire closets.

OptiCool Technologies Data Centre Cooling

Tri-Paragon Inc. 130 King Street West, Suite 1800, P.O. Box 427, Toronto, ON Canada M5X 1E3              

Phone: 416.865.3392 Email: info@triparagon.com

Data Centre Cooling

Data centre cooling is one of the major challenges faced by data centre managers because high temperatures and excess heat can severely and negatively affect its components lifespan and performance. As organizations keep adding computing equipment, data centres are demanding more electricity and producing higher heat. Increased cooling and electricity demands are increasing cooling and power costs and hampering productivity of data centers, and organizations must seriously consider investing in alternative cooling solutions for efficient heat and equipment management. 

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