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Panduit Acquires SynapSense®, Leader in Wireless Monitoring and Cooling Optimization

Panduit Corp., a global leader in Unified Physical Infrastructure-based solutions, today announced the acquisition of SynapSense Corporation. SynapSense, a Panduit company, is located in Folsom, CA and specializes in thermal risk management and cooling energy savings for large enterprise, colocation, and cloud computing service providers. The SynapSense data center solution consists of a unique and highly-reliable secure wireless mesh networking technology, airflow optimization services, and manual or automated cooling control.

Tom Donovan, President & COO, Panduit Corp. (Photo: Business Wire)

Tom Donovan, President & COO, Panduit Corp. (Photo: Business Wire)

“The SynapSense team has a proven track record of success, helping data center managers reduce energy costs, unlock stranded capacity, and sustain savings over time. This has resulted in strong, trusted partner relationships with leaders in the banking, ISP / hosting, retail, corporate and government sectors,” said Tom Donovan, President & COO, Panduit Corp. “SynapSense is a service-oriented technology company that will bring tremendous value to our customers.”

Bart Tichelman, Vice President of SynapSense, a Panduit company and former SynapSense President & CEO emphasizes, “The broad portfolio of Panduit physical infrastructure hardware, services, and Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software and SynapSense solutions are highly complementary. Together we will provide our customers with unparalleled capabilities in environmental monitoring, energy management, power and cooling control, device and network asset management, and capacity management. We now have the most comprehensive DCIM suite available and are very proud to be part of the Panduit family.”

SynapSense solutions are currently available in North America, much of Asia, and through our partner, Stulz, in Australia and New Zealand. In the coming months, Panduit will launch the solution globally.

Panduit will sponsor events at Cisco Live from May 18-22 (Booth #1521) in San Francisco, CA. SynapSense, a Panduit company, will sponsor a number of events at the Uptime Symposium (Booth #214) in Santa Clara, CA from May 20-22.

About SynapSense, a Panduit company

SynapSense, a Panduit company is the leading provider of wireless data center monitoring and cooling control solutions. The SynapSense Data Center Solution delivers unparalleled visibility, reliability and energy efficiency in the world’s leading data centers. For more information, visit www.synapsense.com.

About Panduit

Panduit is a world-class developer and provider of leading-edge solutions that connect, manage and automate the physical infrastructure. Panduit Unified Physical InfrastructureSM (UPI)-based solutions help customers integrate core business systems for a smarter, unified business foundation. Our robust partner ecosystem, global staff, and unmatched service and support make Panduit a valuable and trusted partner. (www.panduit.com)

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