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Frost & Sullivan Commends Air Enterprises for Developing a Data Center Cooling System that Uses Free Air as the Cooling Source

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Frost & Sullivan Commends AirFrost & Sullivan Commends Air Enterprises for Developing a Data Center Cooling System that Uses Free Air as the Cooling Source PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Feb. 24, 2014 -- The KyotoCooling® system can provide significant savings, even in climates that are difficult and expensive to cool using traditional cooling systems Based on its recent analysis of the data center cooling market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Air Enterprises with the 2013 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Line Strategy Leadership. The company's KyotoCooling® solution stands apart in the market for its price competitiveness, energy efficiency, solution reliability, ease of maintenance, and market penetration potential. The KyotoCooling® system uses free outside air as the cooling source to cool the data center rather than circulate air through air conditioning units, as CRAC systems do. The outside air is passed through the system's filters to remove dust, sand, bacteria, and other particulates, and then flows through a patented energy recovery wheel (KyotoWheel™), where it cools the energy recovery wheel. The cooled wheel is then used to cool the hot air from the data center. This air-to-air transfer method of energy rejection has an efficiency rate of 90 percent—the highest in the industry. "Using cool outside air can save 75-85 percent of the cooling costs, compared to traditional systems," said Frost & Sullivan Analyst Pramod Dibble.
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Frost & Sullivan Commends Air Enterprises for Developing a Data Center Cooling System that Uses Free Air as the Cooling Source

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-- The KyotoCooling® system can provide significant savings, even in climates that are difficult and expensive to cool using traditional cooling systems