Robert Neave

Biography: As a co-founder, Robert co-developed Nlyte, the  industry-leading data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) suite to address a need for solutions to help data centres make informed decisions for the planning and effective management of their assets and infrastructure. As CTO, Robert is responsible for developing new technology and for setting and driving product strategy.   Prior to Nlyte, Robert was Data Center Manager for UBS Investment Bank and has worked for Equitrac UK, developing cost charge-back solutions for legal firms.   Nlyte Software was formed in 2004 by data centre managers driven to find a better way to manage the complexity of data centre resources, assets and staff in order to reduce costs and mitigate risk. It helps companies manage their physical infrastructure in their own data centres or collocation facilities. With over 300 customers, Nlyte boasts three of the top five of the world’s most valuable brands; six of the top ten technology companies, and notable numbers of the largest US and global banks, healthcare companies, and numerous government agencies.

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