Aztec has the ability to decrease data center energy usage by up to 70%, more than twice the amount of energy saved compared to current industry standards.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 24, 2014
Aztec Evaporative Units, leading evaporative cooling systems provider and manufacturer, announced today their sponsorship of the third annual 2014 Data Center Investment Conference & Expo (DICE), a national Bisnow event for the data centers sector. The LEED-friendly, energy-efficient company will also be exhibiting at the event, to be held June 26 & 27, 2014, at the Renaissance Capital View Hotel in Arlington, VA.
Manufactured domestically in the United States, Aztec is inviting data center and real estate professionals to attend DICE, where the event will convene industry experts and speakers to discuss the latest data center design and development trends, new opportunities, and more.
“We’re excited to sponsor DICE this year along with great companies such as Pepco and Dominion Virginia Power,” said Rose Samano, Mission Critical Sales Manager for Aztec. “The national event brings together data center and real estate professionals from all over the country, and we look forward to hearing more about what’s driving demand and costs, and how deals are put together in the data center sector.”
“As data centers continue to grow and evolve, we continually improve Aztec to meet the industry’s greatest needs,” continued Samano. “Our Aztec Indirect and Indirect/Direct Evaporative Cooling Units are reliable and scalable – there are no additions or renovations required to install them, and we are mindful of maximizing space.”
Along with the convenience of digital monitoring, Aztec has the ability to decrease energy usage in data centers of all sizes by up to 70%, more than twice the amount of energy saved when compared to current, traditional industry standards.
“With Aztec, data center owners and managers can use this additional power and money to invest in other technologies that are crucial to their businesses’ growth, instead of focusing their efforts on support systems or processors,” concluded Samano, who will be representing Aztec at DICE next week.
About Aztec Evaporative Units:
The Aztec evaporative cooling products (IDEC/IDDEC) have been used in the industrial and large commercial market since 1946. Over those 66 years the products have been refined and optimized. Mestex is in a partnership with the NSF on a research project focused on energy efficiency for data centers. This research project will take the product lines to another level of thermal performance, water use optimization, and control software optimization with a specific emphasis on the needs of the mission critical market.
For more information please contact Rose Samano, Sales Manager Mission Critical at rsamano(at)mestex(dot)com or 214.819.5262.