AdInfa’s InSite, used by SKY and Cisco, offers a wide array of helpful monitoring features.
Expanding its horizons to stimulate growth, TSL Products has acquired AdInfa, a developer of a popular Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software program called InSite. With the acquisition, which was finalized last week, TSL Products will add InSite to its growing portfolio of monitoring solutions for the broadcast sector, while also giving TSL a strong entrance into the potentially lucrative Data Center market.
While financial details of the sale have not been provided, TSL has said that the current AdInfa management team have left the business by mutual consent, while TSL Products will take on InSite’s technical support.
Chris Exelby, Managing Director at TSL Products, said the acquisition was part of a larger strategy to expand the company’s business into new market segments. TSL recently launched new vertical intelligent PDUs and continues to build its range of monitoring solutions for broadcast. Now it’s looking at new markets.
InSite is already well established—with high profile customers including SKY and Cisco—offering a wide array of monitoring features.
TSL said traditional DCIM solutions are notoriously complex and expensive, requiring large investments both in time and money. InSite connects with virtually any device including PDUs (such as those in TSL Products' existing range), power meters, and temperature and humidity sensors, and has a user-friendly interface that is easy to configure and operate via a customizable dashboard interface.
TSL Products specializes in audio monitoring, surround microphones and processors, intelligent display systems, broadcast control systems, and power management tools.
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