STULZ, CoolIT Enter Data Center Cooling Pact
STULZ Air Technology Systems and CoolIT Systems have entered into a strategic investment and commercial partnership. The goal of the relationship is to cooperate on development and worldwide distribution of chip-to-atmosphere data center technology.
The press release says that STULZ –which describes itself as a mission-critical cooling system provider — predicts that chip-to-atmosphere cooling in the data center will grow. The alliance of the companies will enable a more complete final product. The core of the technology is to capture heat as it is created inside a server and moving it to the outside atmosphere. The release says that the two companies will remain independently owned and operated.
This week, ZTE and Tancent said that they are developing modular data centers. One of the goals is to reduce energy use.
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