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IPM+ delivers 50% energy savings for M.S. Ramiah Institute of Technology

Established in 1962, MSRIT is one of India’s finest engineering colleges with NBA Level A accreditation

  • Founded in 1962
  • One of India’s finest engineering colleges
  • 35,000+ engineering professionals since inception
  • One of the largest educational campuses located in Bangalore, India’s IT capital
  • Accredited at the highest level, Level A, by National Board of Accreditation of India

IPM+ Deployment

  • 1,000+ PCs and Laptops covered in Phase – 1
  • 50+ lab facilities and college administration covered in Phase – 1
  • Implemented on Windows and Linux operating systems
  • Go live in 15 days end-to-end
  • Phase – 2 deployment plans to cover nearly 3,000 systems

IPM+ power savings policies helped the institute cut energy consumption by 50% in 6 months

  • 14.79 MWh of electricity saved
  • 50% Reduction in energy consumed
  • 6.72 Tonnes of CO2 emissions reduced
  • 172 Trees Environmental impact equal to planting these many trees

Within minutes of installation, IPM+ helped create a comprehensive asset inventory of the institute

  • Automatic, real-time discovery of Hardware and Software assets helped the institute rapidly assimilate and analyze its IT inventory
  • Non-standard hardware configurations and software installations were identified for streamlining within an hour.

Grouping feature of IPM+ helped discover utilization and energy consumption patterns for IT optimization

  • IPM+ allows creation of groups of PCs as per business requirements. This helps in rapid diagnosis of energy consumption by function, location and various other attributes
  • IPM+ utilization reports provide powerful data for taking IT optimization decisions including Asset Upgrades and Asset Reuse

IPM+ helped MSRIT become the 1st Green IT Educational Campus in Bangalore!

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