Many of the world's best known organizations rely on Opengear for Infrastructure Management.

Opengear's open source platforms give network managers and system integrators the most flexible, extensible and secure remote management solution on the market today. We provide the virtual hands to access and control networking equipment in remote offices, computers in data centers and smart devices distributed all over the world. Our vendor neutral power management ensures equipment can be remotely reconfigured, rebooted and power cycled from anywhere in the world. Our extensive support for out-of-band management and auto-remediation ensures customers retain control even when their network is down.

The result is a drastic reduction in the need for expensive on-site technical staff, on-site visits and an accompanying acceleration of problem resolution and improvements in critical network availability.

Data Center
The diverse array of equipment in the data center comes with an eclectic selection of tools

Branch Office
Managing distributed branches can be challenging, time consuming and costly
Out of Band Management
Efficient operations and uptime demand that you retain control even during an outage

Smart Management
Virtual hands, with smart on-site automated response capabilities
Secure Management
Enterprise-grade security for remote monitoring, access and control

Open Management
Open source platforms deliver the most flexible and extensible solutions

Advanced Device Management Solutions and Power Control

Managing Cisco Devices
Maintaining service levels in a distributed network requires integrated monitoring and control

IPMI Management
Most severs now have IPMI interfaces to monitor and manage system health

UPS Power
Remotely monitor and manage distributed UPS and battery devices

Monitor PDUs
Control the widest selection PDU devices with power metering and temperature monitoring
Distributed Device Control
Telematics and industrial sites demand smart secure remote control solutions

Manage KVM devices
Affordably access distributed servers via KVM over IP from anywhere in the world