9/17/2012 – OptiCool Technologies Wins Going Green Award

9/17/2012 – OptiCool Technologies Wins Going Green Award

September 13, 2012 - 9:53 pm
OptiCool Technologies was recognized with the Going Green Award by Digital Rochester for launching the energy efficient OptiCool® Data Center Cooling solution.  The solution is up to 95% more energy efficient than conventional cooling within the data center, has up to 500% more cooling capacity, and can reduce floor space dedicated to cooling by up to 90%.
“Nearly three percent of energy in the North America is used to power data centers and about half is used for just cooling” said Mark Chaney, Chairman of OptiCool Technologies.  “The Digital Rochester recognition comes at a time when the market is shifting toward more energy efficient solutions and we are delighted to be part of the new green revolution.”
The Digital Rochester group’s Greater Rochester Excellence & Achievements in Technology (GREAT) awards recognize seven unique business and technology categories, including the Going Green Award.  Founded in 2000, Digital Rochester is comprised of professionals and organizations working together to strengthen the greater Rochester area’s technology business community. The organization supports and organizes events that include a wide array of educational and networking activities designed to support growth and success of the Rochester business community.
OptiCool Technologies is an affiliate company of Calvary Automation, a recognized leader in the automation industry. OptiCool Technologies designs, manufactures and markets the OptiCool® Data Center Cooling Solution from its corporate headquarters in Webster, New York.
If you would like to read more about the awards show and OptiCool please follow the Rochester Business Journal link below:
http://www.rbj.net/article.asp?aID=192445
About OptiCool Technologies
OptiCool Technologies provides innovative refrigerant-based data center cooling solutions. OptiCool supports low- to high-density at 30 kW per rack total with 20 kW N+1 “rack level” redundancy. OptiCool supports the data center design of the future by eliminating the need for a raised floor, reducing the space allocated to cooling and reducing energy use by up to 95% versus conventional cooling.
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