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IBM to Support Arch Rock's PhyNet Wireless Sensor Network in Active Energy Manager

Combination Will Let Users See Rich Set Of Power and Thermal Data on AEM Console, Aiding Energy Management in Data Centers SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 11, 2010 - Arch Rock Corporation has announced that Arch Rock's PhyNet(TM) IP-based wireless sensor network technology will be supported in IBM's Systems Director Active Energy Manager (AEM), to monitor and manage energy usage in corporate data...

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Wireless Monitoring System helps data centers save energy.

Utilizing PhyNet(TM) non-disruptive IP-based wireless sensor network technology, Arch Rock Energy Optimizer-Data Center Edition measures both power and cooling system efficiency in data centers. Managers can baseline data center against ASHRAE benchmarks; identify factors that cause energy waste, hot spots, or other harmful conditions; and optimize available capacity for new servers based on...

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Wireless Sensor Network survives outdoor environments.

Suited for sensing environments requiring protection from harsh conditions, outdoor-based PhyNet N4X gives system integrators flexibility of battery-powered outdoor nodes connected to Web-based data platform for developing monitoring solutions. Its 3-tier architecture allows formation of IP-based sensor networks that can be managed centrally as part of enterprise IP infrastructure. NEMA 4X/IP66...

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New Arch Rock Framework Moves ZigBee Application Profiles onto IP

'Compact Application Protocol' (CAP) Expands Scope of ZigBee-based Applications Beyond 802.15.4 Radio Networks to Any IP-enabled Device SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 21, 2008 - Arch Rock Corporation has proposed a new framework for running ZigBee application profiles such as Smart Energy and Home Automation over the industry-standard Internet Protocol (IP). The Compact Application Protocol (CAP)...

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Gateway turns wireless sensors into Internet devices.

Primer Pack/IP lets users create pilot wireless sensor networks (WSNs) in manufacturing, office, and retail environments using SOA. Sensor network runs native IP end-to-end, taking IP protocols beyond WSN gateway boundaries and out to individual sensor nodes. Offered as out-of-the-box solution, it allows for implementation of Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) 6LoWPAN standard for IPv6...

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Communication Systems & Equipment

Wireless Sensor Network brings data into digital enterprise.

Accessed and operated as member of IT infrastructure, Primer Pack allows enterprises to use Internet management tools to gain visibility and control down to level of individual sensor nodes. Using APIs and working in development environment of choice, users can create applications to monitor physical conditions without embedded programming. Sensor data is available to plant manager or field...

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Communication Systems & Equipment

IBM to Support Arch Rock's PhyNet Wireless Sensor Network in Active Energy Manager

Combination Will Let Users See Rich Set Of Power and Thermal Data on AEM Console, Aiding Energy Management in Data Centers SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 11, 2010 - Arch Rock Corporation has announced that Arch Rock's PhyNet(TM) IP-based wireless sensor network technology will be supported in IBM's Systems Director Active Energy Manager (AEM), to monitor and manage energy usage in corporate data...

Read More »
Communication Systems & Equipment

Wireless Monitoring System helps data centers save energy.

Utilizing PhyNet(TM) non-disruptive IP-based wireless sensor network technology, Arch Rock Energy Optimizer-Data Center Edition measures both power and cooling system efficiency in data centers. Managers can baseline data center against ASHRAE benchmarks; identify factors that cause energy waste, hot spots, or other harmful conditions; and optimize available capacity for new servers based on...

Read More »
Communication Systems & Equipment

Wireless Sensor Network survives outdoor environments.

Suited for sensing environments requiring protection from harsh conditions, outdoor-based PhyNet N4X gives system integrators flexibility of battery-powered outdoor nodes connected to Web-based data platform for developing monitoring solutions. Its 3-tier architecture allows formation of IP-based sensor networks that can be managed centrally as part of enterprise IP infrastructure. NEMA 4X/IP66...

Read More »
Communication Systems & Equipment

New Arch Rock Framework Moves ZigBee Application Profiles onto IP

'Compact Application Protocol' (CAP) Expands Scope of ZigBee-based Applications Beyond 802.15.4 Radio Networks to Any IP-enabled Device SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 21, 2008 - Arch Rock Corporation has proposed a new framework for running ZigBee application profiles such as Smart Energy and Home Automation over the industry-standard Internet Protocol (IP). The Compact Application Protocol (CAP)...

Read More »
Communication Systems & Equipment

Gateway turns wireless sensors into Internet devices.

Primer Pack/IP lets users create pilot wireless sensor networks (WSNs) in manufacturing, office, and retail environments using SOA. Sensor network runs native IP end-to-end, taking IP protocols beyond WSN gateway boundaries and out to individual sensor nodes. Offered as out-of-the-box solution, it allows for implementation of Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) 6LoWPAN standard for IPv6...

Read More »
Communication Systems & Equipment

Wireless Sensor Network brings data into digital enterprise.

Accessed and operated as member of IT infrastructure, Primer Pack allows enterprises to use Internet management tools to gain visibility and control down to level of individual sensor nodes. Using APIs and working in development environment of choice, users can create applications to monitor physical conditions without embedded programming. Sensor data is available to plant manager or field...

Read More »

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