STULZ ANZ has announced it will be the master distributor for CoolIT data centre liquid cooling solutions in the Australasian region.
CoolIT’s Rack DCLC platform is a modular, rack-based, advanced cooling solution that is said to allow for dramatic increases in rack densities, component performance, and power efficiencies. Under the agreement, STULZ ANZ will provide guidance on product selection and configuration, advising customers in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea on the best CoolIT data center liquid cooling solution for their particular needs.
The partnership includes the sales and distribution of CoolIT’s coolant distribution units, rack manifolds, and associated direct liquid cooling products. STULZ ANZ will also become the primary provider of service and installation support in the region.
“STULZ ANZ has been experiencing first-hand changes in the market in the areas of high-performance computing (HPC), space availability, Edge computing and IoT, and we knew the effect these changes would have on server processing power and subsequently the cooling challenges this brings,” said John Jakovcevic, managing director at STULZ ANZ.
“As a business who prides itself on our innovations and future gazing approach, partnering with CoolIT ensures we can provide the latest liquid cooling technology to our portfolio of solutions, and ensure we remain at the forefront of our industry as it rapidly changes year by year.”
Rack DCLC technology is compatible within any server and in any rack making it a truly flexible solution that allows for an edge in today's highly competitive marketplace. The technology is suitable for a range of sectors from High Performance Computing (HPC), AI and Machine Learning through to Government, Automotive, Medical, Academic Research and beyond.
“CoolIT aims to provide the same great customer experience to all customers around the world, regardless of location, and partnering with STULZ ANZ advances that objective,” said Patrick McGinn, VP business development and product marketing at CoolIT Systems. “With over 50 years of experience in the data centre cooling industry, STULZ is well suited to represent CoolIT and our broad range of Direct Liquid Cooling products.”
CoolIT’s suite of liquid-cooled ready solutions includes Dell EMC PowerEdge C6420 server, HPE Apollo 2000 server, Intel Buchanan Pass server and STULZ Micro Data Centre. For more information on the CoolIT suite of solutions, or to become a reseller / distributor, please call John on +61 (02) 9674 4700. -Ends- About STULZ ANZ STULZ ANZ is the Australasian region provider of German-engineered, efficient and reliable cooling solutions for mission-critical operations. STULZ ANZ continuously strives to deliver the most resilient and energy efficient performance in order to support the protection of lives, critical data, our economy and our future. For more information please visit the website.
About CoolIT Systems, Inc. CoolIT Systems specializes in scalable liquid cooling solutions for individual servers through to the world’s most demanding data centers. Through its modular, rack-based Direct Liquid Cooling technology, Rack DCLC™, CoolIT enables dramatic increases in rack densities, component performance and power efficiencies. From Passive Coldplate Loops specifically designed for the latest high TDP processors from Intel, NVIDIA and AMD, through to Rack Manifolds and Coolant Distribution Units (CDUs), CoolIT’s reliable technology installs into any server or rack, ensuring ease of adoption and maintenance.
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