Uptime Devices

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Uptime Devices, Inc.
Private company
Founded 2001
Headquarters Austin, Texas, United States
Key people
Jean-Paul Daemen, CEO
Products Data center infrastructure management tools, Environmental monitoring
Website uptimedevices.com

Uptime Devices is an environmental monitoring company. They produce a range of tools that are utilized in Data center infrastructure management (DCIM). As of 2010, they have sold over 40,000 units in over 24 countries.[1]

Uptime Devices has been credited with creating the first SNMP-based environmental monitoring device, Sensor Hub.[2] The company provides products that allow communication between physical environments and networks.

In 2008, Uptime Devices introduced the Daisy Chain Sensor® technology platform. The platform allows environmental sensors to be chained together over long distances by Ethernet.

Product Ranges[edit]

Uptime Devices provides monitoring solutions that detect environment, security, or power threats. Among the parameters they detect are:

  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Power
  • Smoke
  • Liquid
  • Motion
  • Gas

References[edit]

  1. ^ Courbanou, Dave. "Uptime Devices: Physical Security Meets Monitoring". Retrieved 13 February 2012. 
  2. ^ Miller, Sandra Kay. "Always On Guard: Taking A Look At The Latest In Environmental Monitoring". Retrieved 13 February 2012.