STULZ Introduces Indirect Evaporative Cooling Equipment (STULZ IeCE)
Frederick, MD (June 17, 2015)
Leading mission critical cooling manufacturer STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc. (STULZ USA) today announced the launch of new indirect evaporative cooling equipment (IeCE) that uses the latest technology to provide high efficiency environmental control solutions for data centers. Coinciding with this announcement, the company also officially opened the STULZ IeCE Technical Evaluation Center in Frederick, MD.
NTT Facilities & STULZ Announce Strategic Partnership
Japan (May 20, 2015)
NTT FACILITIES, INC. (NTTF), a leader in designing and constructing state-of-the-art information facilities that support communications and Internet infrastructure, today announced that it has partnered with STULZ GmbH (STULZ), a leading global provider of data center cooling systems, for the sales, installation, and technical support of STULZ’s Precision Air Cooling System, CyberAir3 exclusively in Japanese data center market.
Continuum Data Centers Partners with STULZ to Cool High Density Data Center Power Configurations
West Chicago, IL (May 5, 2015)
Data center operator New Continuum Holdings Corporation dba Continuum Data Centers (Continuum) announced its partnership with leading mission critical cooling manufacturer STULZ Air Technology Systems Inc. (STULZ-USA) to provide in row cooling solutions for their high density data centers.
STULZ Announces New USA Blog & Corporate Video
Frederick, Md. (March 30, 2015) Leading mission critical cooling manufacturer STULZ Air Technology Systems (STULZ USA) today announced the launch of an online blog for their customers and partners within the United States. Accompanying this announcement was the official release of a new video showcasing the company’s capabilities in the mission critical environmental control market.
STULZ Announces $5 Million Expansion to US Manufacturing Facility
Frederick, Md. (October 3, 2014) STULZ Air Technology Systems today announced the completion of the first phase of its planned expansion to its existing US production facilities in Frederick, MD. STULZ manufactures high-tech cooling solutions for mission critical applications and data centers including a full line of energy efficient precision air conditioners, outdoor air handlers, ultrasonic humidifiers, and desiccant dehumidifiers.
STULZ Announcing OEM Vendor Agreement with Culligan International Company
STULZ Air Technology Systems Inc., a Maryland manufacturer of energy efficient environmental control products for mission critical applications and the recognized market leader for Ultrasonic Humidifiers, today announced a new finished product OEM vendor agreement with Culligan Matrix Solutions® of Rosemont, IL, a division of Culligan International Company. The agreement makes Culligan the single source provider for all water treatment products and services provided with STULZ Ultrasonic Humidification Systems.
STULZ CyberCon Offers Precision Environmental Control for Containerized Computer Rooms
STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc. (STULZ) introduces the STULZ CyberCon modular, outdoor cooling system, a highly energy-efficient, self-contained, external cooling solution designed for rapid deployment with containerized computer rooms (PODs).
The STULZ CyberCon modular cooling solution is ideal for rapid deployment of PODs and delivers energy-efficient precision cooling performance.
Precision Environmental Control for Data Centers Moves Outdoors with New STULZ CyberHandler System
New System Frees up Valuable Indoor White Space and Delivers Efficient Precision Cooling Performance.
Frederick, MD, January 7, 2013 - STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc. (STULZ) introduces the STULZ CyberHandler packaged outdoor air handling system, a highly energy-efficient centralized cooling solution for data centers that frees up valuable indoor white space.
The new CyberHandler system is modular, scalable and configured to a customer’s unique requirements. The system arrives completely pre-assembled and can be placed on the data center facility’s roof or next to the building on ground level. The CyberHandler’s full set of controls is ready “out of the box.” In addition, the system is easily networked with other CyberHandler units and is compatible with all common protocols for building control software and for integration into DCIM.