Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Green Revolution Cooling proudly announces its win of a recent competition to provide the most effective new cluster by way of maximized computational output per cost to Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC), a group of progressive Austrian universities. Green Revolution Cooling achieved the highest ranking and was awarded its first major liquid submersion contract of 2014. This comes off the heels of another number one in late 2013, when GRC received top accolades for most energy efficient high-performance supercomputer in the world. This distinguishing award came from the Green500 for GRC’s role in the engineering of cooling solutions for Tokyo Institute of Technology's TSUBAME-KFC system.
GRC is making headlines across the data center cooling industry again as the CarnotJet™ System builds upon its reputation as the most cost-effective solution on the market as it simultaneously continues to gain popularity as the most energy efficient solution in the world.
Christiaan Best, founder and CEO of Green Revolution Cooling, states “We created the CarnotJet™ to provide the lowest possible in capital expenditure and operational costs both for new build and for retrofit data centers – and through these successful competitions, challenges, and awards, our clients are coming to a few conclusions. That we have achieved this ambition, that it makes sense for them, and that now is the best time to take advantage of the economics GRC’s solutions provide.”
Green Revolution Cooling has made their goal of maximized savings a reality by minimizing the equipment necessary for build-outs and by creating a power infrastructure that reduces energy consumption by half when compared to conventional rates.
GRC accomplished this win by placing highest in a scoring criteria including measurements and tests primarily centered around maximizing computational output for a fixed cost - an area in which GRC thrives. They begin the exclusive install of its largest public facility in Europe out of the gates of 2014 after a strong close to 2013.
Green Revolution Cooling partnered with hardware equipment manufacturer SuperMicro® and Europe's leading cluster specialist Clustervision to bring Vienna Scientific Cluster – a group that includes the University of Vienna (UNI), the Vienna University of Technology (TU), the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU), the Graz University of Technology (TU Graz), and the University of Innsbruck – the best in disruptive technology for data center cooling from the Austin-based firm.
Best continued, “When output per dollar is measured, the CarnotJet™ System has proven to be the most cost-effective and powerful solution in data center cooling. We invite your organization to discover what we can do for your facility today.”
To learn more, visit Green Revolution Cooling online at http://www.grcooling.com or call direct at +1(512)692-8003.