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Although one person may be ultimately responsible for the overall configuration and operation of the datacenter there are normally many stakeholders who need to be able to either view or request changes to the data center.

6SigmaITM provides a tool (primarily for IT managers) to view rooms being managed by 6SigmaFM to enable effective separation of tasks and responsibilities and raise Change Requests (CRs) in order to service them. 6SigmaITM can be used alongside or as an alternative to other asset deployment tools.

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Access specific information quickly from 6SigmaFM through 6SigmaITM's simplified and easy to use interface.

      ▪ Understand your available resources
      ▪ Maintain communication between IT operations
         and facilities management
      ▪ Limit information based on user priveleges



Deploy IT based on Space, Power, Network, weight, and the real cooling potential

Get that change request through first time harnessing the power of CFD to include the final peice of data you really need to make that risk free deployment.

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Typical CR actions 6SigmaITM can be used for include:

 Adding and removing items from the Store Room;

  Installing, decommissioning or moving, equipment around a facility;

  Replacing one item by another;

  Creating network connections between items of equipment;

 Proposed item location can be chosen based on space, power, cooling capacity, network and weight      available from the relevant modules.


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White Papers

Colt Presentation: "6SigmaDC: The Only Way..." - as given at 2011 6SigmaDC Conference
Integral Group Presentation: "Direct Liquid Cooling of OpenCompute Project Reference Design..." - as given at 2011 6SigmaDC Conference
Intel Presentation: "New Standard for Data Center Thermal Sensors, Efficiency & Cooling Control" - as given at 2011 6SigmaDC Conference
Future Facilities Presentation: "Welcome to the Model Data Center" - as given at 2011 6SigmaDC Conference
Seminar Presentations from the 6SigmaDC Conference 2011 including Intel, Colt, Facebook, 451 Group, and DLB Associates
DLB Associates Presentation: "Achieving Energy Efficient Data Centers..." - as given at 2011 6SigmaDC Conference
Presentation - Stulz & 6SigmaDC user Panduit present the benefits of CFD simulation!
The 451 Group Presentation: "Data Center Infrastucture Management Software..." - as given at 2011 6SigmaDC Conference
Facebook Presentation: "The OpenCompute Project..." - as given at 2011 6SigmaDC Conference
FFL Experts answer the big question: "Is CFD a must?" Read the white paper now!
White Paper: The Elephant in the Room is Lost Capacity
White Paper: Predicitive DCIM
White Paper - ACE: Empowering the Data Center Operator
White Paper: Billion Dollar Drain
White Paper: At the End of the Day - It's Lost Capacity


CFD Simulation - The Future of DCIM and DC Health

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Hardware Recommendations

6SigmaDC is a program suite that will require different levels of hardware resource depending on the size and complexity of the models it is used to create and run.
For the sake of basic training and other small models (< 500sqft), it will run on a standard laptop with 1GB RAM and integrated graphics.
Any other modelling use is likely to require more powerful hardware.
The license server component, which can be installed separately on a remote machine, requires very little resource and should run on any supported Windows PC.
Supported Operating Systems. 32 and 64bit: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003,Windows Server 2008, Windows HPC Server 2008.
Virtual machines are not recommended.

Example configurations for mid-range systems:
Laptop - Mobile Core i7, 4-8GB RAM, Discrete graphics, 500GB HDD
Desktop - Core i7 or Xeon UP, 12GB RAM, nVidia Quadro FX 580, 1TB HDD
Server - Xeon DP or MP, 32GB+ RAM, nVidia Quadro FX 1800, 1TB HDD



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