The Stulz Micro Data Center features optional direct liquid-to-chip cooling for low to high density IT applications. Reliable, scalable infrastructure solution for edge computing, hybrid cloud and Industry 4.0 projects
STULZ’s new micro data center, The STULZ Micro DC, can be configured with all the key design aspects of a bricks and mortar data center, including critical power control and monitoring, fire suppression, physical security and precision cooling. STULZ introduces a micro data center for low to high density applications. The STULZ Micro DC provides a cost-effective solution to quickly build up local IT capacity where it is needed. This modular, highly efficient solution is easily scalable to meet both the needs of today and the growth of tomorrow – even in places where space is limited. The standard 19″ rack system supports assemblies ranging from 40U to 48U in height and can be equipped with accessories such as a UPS, PDU, cable management system, LED lights, fire suppression, cameras, software for environmental monitoring and environmental control. Continue reading
The Stulz CyberCool 2 ze chiller uses R-1234ze refrigerant and has an output range of 300 to 1000 kW
STULZ CyberCool 2 ze chiller
STULZ GmbH is extending its product portfolio to include new “ze chillers” in the CyberCool 2 series. These employ proven CyberCool 2 technology and have been optimised specifically for use with climate-friendly HFO-1234ze refrigerant.
Teraco in collaboration with STULZ is celebrating winning an Award at the DCD 2017 Awards. The companies were commended for increasing its energy efficiency and reducing the carbon footprint in a very challenging climate at the Isando Data Centre 7 in Johannesburg.
L to R Mathew George, Starline, Brendan Dysel Teraco, Clive Anderson
Now in their eleventh year, the DCD Awards went global for the first time and celebrated the best projects, technologies, companies, individuals and teams from across the industry. The 2017 event took place in December at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel. Approximately 700 guests gathered to celebrate these hotly contested awards which received over 200 entries from 30 countries. Continue reading
STULZ CyberCool Indoor generates a cooling capacity of up to 100 kW with a very small footprint with intelligent adaptive technology
Chilled water generators from the STULZ CyberCool Indoor series are available air-cooled, water-cooled or with Indirect Free Cooling.
open view of CyberCool Indoor EC
STULZ, the German specialist in mission-critical cooling solutions, has added chillers with a stepless capacity control (EC compressor) and an output from 20 to 100 kW to its portfolio. Chillers from the CyberCool Indoor series have been designed for indoor installation. The new version was specially engineered to precisely adapt to low or fluctuating heat loads. With a maximised temperature range from 4 to 18 °C at the chilled water outlet the CyberCool Indoor is suitable for a broad range of applications. In the data center, in medical technology or the process industry: It allows planners maximum freedom for individual project specifications and customer requirements.
Chillers from STULZ’s CyberCool Indoor series are available with a choice of three systems: air-cooled with external condenser, water-cooled, or the TCO-Leader with Indirect Free Cooling and intelligent mode switching (compressor cooling, free cooling or mixed mode). All three systems can be standardly equipped with ON/OFF compressors or with new energy-saving EC compressors. These EC versions contain two complete, redundant refrigerant circuits and ensure high efficiency in partial load. The system reacts quickly to dynamic load fluctuations avoiding ON/OFF cycling to guarantee an extended equipment life.
The Indoor chillers are designed to fit through all standard doorways for easy installation. The separation of indoor unit and external condenser/dry cooler as well as the general use of low noise components meet stringent noise restrictions. Installing the chiller close to the consumer unit reduces heat losses while still ensuring energy-efficient, reliable cooling.
Another key benefit is that the design of all CyberCool Indoor units allows easy maintenance because important components such as compressors, expansion valves and pumps are accessible from the front. Also, STULZ offers an extensive portfolio of options, a global network with prompt service and proactive support.
For More Information Visit www.stulz.de/en/cybercool-indoor
The CyberHandler 2 series is used for air conditioning everything from data centers to hotels, from commercial buildings to industrial sites. The totally redesigned Air Handling Units (AHU) systems from STULZ are available in eleven sizes from 30 kW to 520 kW
The STULZ CyberHandler2 combines free cooling, adiabatic cooling and mechanical chilling in one sealed outdoor container.
As power densities increase, a new design factor is coming to the fore – precision air conditioning solutions. Air handling units (AHU) incorporate all the air conditioning equipment of a data center in one outdoor container, therefore creating more space for productive IT systems inside the actual server area. STULZ introduced its first air handling system back in 2015. With the CyberHandler 2, the specialist for reliable air conditioning solutions is now launching a comprehensively redesigned successor. Continue reading
The CyberHub ECO.DC DCIM system from Stulz Digitronic Software, for monitoring and optimisation of data centres, helps reduce opex and maximises performance.
Businessman walking in front of graphs on screen
New data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) software, CyberHub ECO.DC, has been launched to help data centre operators identify potential savings, optimise performance and minimise operational risk by safeguarding reliability. Data centres are becoming increasingly complex and the 3D software offers high levels of transparency and visibility, allowing operators to monitor and manage their assets efficiently, while maximising uptime. Continue reading
Rack-based cooling with cooling capacity of up to 32 kW for server cabinets
Global air conditioning specialist Stulz launches the CyberRack – a chilled water rear door heat exchanger, with cooling capacity from 19 to 32kW across the range. Its adapter frame ensures the system fits most 19″ server cabinets. Continue reading
STULZ, one of the world’s leading providers of energy efficient temperature and humidity management technology, has announced the launch of its pioneering STULZ Explorer WSW water cooled chiller. This flexible chiller unit is designed for use in a diverse range of mission critical indoor applications including data centres, communications rooms, industrial and commercial buildings, and telecommunications equipment centres.
STULZ Explorer Water Cooled Chiller
Flexibility has been designed into every aspect of the STULZ Explorer WSW and it has big cooling power in an incredibly small footprint. Depending on the required cooling capacity, the Explorer WSW chillers can be equipped with either one compressor offering a cooling capacity of 230-430kW, or two compressors that provide 460-1530kW. Further enhancing its ease of use, it can be easily adjusted to different heat loads thanks to its two refrigerant circuits with semi-hermetic screw compressors and infinitely variable output sliders. Continue reading
Leading global mission critical cooling solutions provider STULZ has announced a joint venture and majority shareholding in Technology Space Integration
STULZ TSI Modular Data Centre
. (TSI), a global manufacturer of modular data centre solutions for the High Performance Computing (HPC), Cloud, enterprise and end user markets including micro data centres.
The joint venture will enable the two companies to cooperate closely in delivering unique modular data centre solutions globally using the very latest cooling technologies. Continue reading
Cannon Technologies, the international leader in innovative containment systems, has once again partnered with pioneering cooling solutions provider, Stulz, to develop a ground-breaking new data centre climate control technology for use in national security and extreme operations.
The two companies already cooperate worldwide on both water cooled data centre and DX outdoor enclosure cooling systems. This latest collaboration came about after Cannon Technologies was commissioned by the Government to develop a flexible, highly efficient, transportable data centre solution that could be easily and rapidly deployed in various environmental conditions – from desert and tropical to arctic and maritime – with virtually no prior preparation and almost instant operation. Continue reading