Frost & Sullivan Applauds Excool for Being the First Company to Introduce Indirect Adiabatic and Evaporative Cooling for Data Centres in Europe
LONDON, U.K. — 8th November 2016 — Based on its recent analysis of the data centre cooling market, Frost & Sullivan has recognized Excool with the 2016 Europe Frost & Sullivan Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award.
It was felt that our game-changing, compressor-free cooling product emerged as an environment-friendly and cost-effective cooling device for modern data centres. Excool has leveraged its strong technology expertise to develop the system based on indirect adiabatic and evaporative cooling technology, and perfected it for the mainstream market. By targeting it specifically at the data centre industry, it has set itself apart from both traditional and peer solution providers.
“Excool’s ability to achieve heat transfer without outdoor air entering the building is commendable, as this creates a stable environment and averts hazards such as fire and prevents air pollutants and salt aerosol from entering the building,” said Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Gautham Gnanajothi. “By doing away with the need for energy-hungry mechanical cooling, Excool dramatically reduces end users’ infrastructure, operational, and maintenance costs.”
The company has displayed exceptional commitment towards enhancing its manufacturing processes. It reduced its product build hours by 50% over the past two years and passed on the cost benefits to customers.
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Date: 9th November 2016