New trend in IT for better solutions to automation

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Saturday, April 5, 2014

ONE of the leading companies in the information technology in the country has introduced the new trend in the automation industry to maximize and effectively use the technology in the recording of data and information dissemination.

Infinitecare Technology Solutions Inc. (ITSI), which sponsored a one-day seminar dubbed as “Unified Data Center Technologies (UDCT)” in one of the hotels in the city, said that with the proliferation of technology, experts in the industry today who promise better solutions to automation often short changed customers due to the poor quality of infrastructure used.

Armand G. Fulache, ITSI vice president for sales and operation, said that ITSI has introduced in its presentation cutting-edge technologies where a complete solution for data center was explained.


He said cloud computing is one of the trends in the industry today that companies, both in the public and private sectors, will soon be moving into and store different kinds of data.

“Most of the companies put their important data on servers without knowing the right infrastructure that is needed to secure and protect them. And that we are here to educate the would-be users of the technology and get their money’s worth,” Fulache said.

Fulache said that with the growing need of automation technology in Mindanao, ITSI’s UDCT is a must-have IT infrastructure “because we are seeing that companies today are consolidating servers, moving into virtualization with the end-in-view to lowering their costs."

“Most of the big companies rely on the technology mostly coming from IT companies based in the capital region, and most often these companies do not question the integrity of the infrastructure or the systems used. With the right infrastructure in-place and the right technologies, we make these things happen because we will be building the right IT infrastructure for them,” Fulache said.

He said that ITSI will help its costumers move forward and have the right technology, including the use of new services that will lead to business analytics. That once companies will start looking into these analytics, the power of information will come in enabling managers to make the right decisions at the right time.

During the event, ITSI, as the data center systems integrator, also launched the Infinite Group of Companies-the Infinite Power Systems Inc. (IPSI) as facilities management company and the Infinitech Business Solutions Inc. (IBSI) as a total office fit-out company.

Benjie J. Esquivel, ITSI CEO and president, said that ITSI together with the Infinite Group of Companies will provide Mindanao the infrastructure that will prepare companies to have the right platform to run different applications and services.

“Whether it be in the public or private sector, we are here to provide our expertise to design, build and operate DC infrastructure to the next level that is at par with other data centers in the region,” Esquivel said.

“I believe that Mindanao with its progress will catch up in the advancement of the IT to spur development on the island. And this is where ITSI and the Infinite Group of Companies can help," said Esquivel.

The event was co-sponsored by Cisco Systems, The Siemon Company, VMware, Calibr8 and NetApp.

Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on April 05, 2014.

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