FieldView Solutions’ software is used to monitor over two gigawatts of power by its clientele, which includes single-site operators, as well as six of the top ten banks, five of the ten largest technology and cloud providers, and 15 of the biggest co-location players in the United States, Europe and Asia/Pacific.
“When every minute counts, FieldView Solutions’ proprietary DCIM technology enables clients on six continents to keep critical infrastructure in place, while helping them reduce their carbon footprints,” FieldView Solutions Founder and Chief Executive Officer Fred Dirla, Jr. explained. “We’ve seen how data centers were affected by Superstorm Sandy, and have taken those lessons into the design of our software to monitor and assess the resilience and readiness of data centers.”
FieldView Solutions became the first company to receive financing through New Jersey’s Edison Innovation Green Growth Fund (EIGGF) when it received a $1 million growth capital loan from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) in 2012. Funded by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and administered by the EDA, the EIGGF offers assistance in the form of loans with a performance grant component of up to $1 million to New Jersey class I renewable or energy efficiency clean technology companies that have begun generating commercial revenues and have matching funding to support the growth of their clean technology businesses. With the positive performance of the company, up to 50 percent of the funding may be converted to a performance grant."
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