A Greener Shade Of Data Centers
IO Data Centers is working with Stulz-ATS in an effort to create the next generation of reliable, low maintenance and high efficiency data centers. Together, they are accomplishing this by using one of Stulz latest innovations, the Electronically Commutated (EC) Fan.
The EC Fan is highly efficient and redundant, especially when implemented in Stulz-ATS unique cabinet design, bringing performance to a new level. The fans pressurized floor plenum design allows for maximum air circulation throughout customers core IT data center environments and the belt-free plug fan means literally no maintenance costs and dust-free surroundings. Combined with state-of-the-art microprocessor controls and the smallest footprint-to-capacity ratio in the industry, the EC Fan provides unparalleled protection and efficiency for the data center. IO Data Centers Scottsdale ONE facility is the first data center to incorporate such technology in Arizona.
“There is a major challenge facing other data centers”, said Anthony Wanger, Senior Managing Director of IO Data Centers. “Older cooling systems are not capable of removing heat generated by the microchips which run in todays systems. The advanced cooling equipment we have implemented, combined with our state-of-the-art design, allows us to meet and exceed todays most stringent cooling requirements and provide our clients with a more efficient, greener data center. This optimized performance allows us to pass savings on to our customers.”
Anne Shubert, Sales & Marketing Administrator, Stulz-ATS states, “We are committed to redefining what constitutes high reliability and performance in data center cooling. Our single biggest challenge and reward is finding and working in partnership with those companies who recognize this commitment and are willing to invest in an improved generation of data centers for their customers. We have found such a partner in IO Data Centers.”
IO Data Centers depends on Stulz-ATS for all of their CRAC units and humidifiers. With more than 80 units already in place at IOs Phoenix colocation facility, the company plans to add several hundred more as they build out over 100 Megawatts of digital-grade data center space. “We are proud to partner with Stulz-ATS to offer mission critical data center cooling and unparalleled reliability. Our Scottsdale ONE data center facility offers best-in-class data center infrastructure, including Stulz-ATS temperature and humidity controls”, reveals Wanger.
“Stulz-ATS is pleased to have the opportunity to work with progressive data center environment providers, such as IO Data Centers, whose very philosophy is not just aimed at accomplishing these very goals of high reliability/performance, but doing so in a greener shade”, states Oliver Stulz, President, Stulz-ATS.
As the technology leader in the industry, Stulz Air Technology Systems, Inc. is dedicated to providing innovative solutions to critical environmental control needs. This is accomplished through the design and manufacture of highly energy efficient temperature and humidity control equipment for commercial and industrial applications.
Since its beginnings in Hamburg, Germany in 1947, Stulz has expanded its presence into major markets around the globe. With production facilities in the USA, Germany, Italy, China and India, and sales & service offices in over 100 countries, the Stulz Group now employs over 4,000 people worldwide. Visit Stulz-ATS on the web at http://www.stulz-ats.com.
Founded in 2007, IO provides the data center as a service @scale™. IO internet data centers are engineered to deliver the optimal data center capacity, security, network and cloud inter-connectivity for mission critical applications of any scale. IO operates large data center campuses, featuring over 2 million square feet, hundreds of networks and 300 MWs in North America and Singapore. For more than a decade, IO has earned the trust of the most demanding technology users by delivering the data center at scale to digital-first enterprises, cloud companies, hyperscale service providers, governments and businesses worldwide. To learn more about IO @scale™, visit io.com.
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