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- 1 November 2017 14:02
STULZ New Zealand celebrates a decade of cooling innovation
STULZ New Zealand, one of the country’s leading data centre cooling vendors, is celebrating 10 years delivering mission critical cooling solutions after being established as a subsidiary of its Australian sister business in 2007. The parent company now holds 25-30 per cent of the market in New Zealand and boasts an enviable client base including Vodafone, who was the company’s very first client and who has been with the STULZ since its inception.
General Manager Mark Langford, who joined the business in 2009, says the business has grown from a reliable mission critical cooling supplier and service partner to a true total solutions innovator, delivering disruptive new technology to challenge traditional ideologies in the sector.
“The last decade has been marked by some truly important technological milestones both for STULZ and the industry, including implementation of the first Dynamic Free Cooling (DFC) system in New Zealand, in 2011, closely followed by the deployment of precision chillers for MRI environments in 2012,” says Mark.
“We also successfully completed the first inrow free-cooling (DFC) solution in 2013 too - a technology that remains unique to the STULZ product portfolio today. These innovations have elevated STULZ and cemented our position as a truly innovative industry leader.”
Over the past ten years STULZ has delivered cooling solutions in every major industry sector including banks, museums and art galleries, hospitals, telcos, and universities. Stulz’ impressive range of equipment has recently expanded to include direct chip liquid cooling, containment and pod solutions, micro and modular data centres, and leak detection systems.
Mark adds: “The future looks extremely exciting for STULZ as we strengthen and consolidate our leadership position in New Zealand as the number one brand for critical environment infrastructure.
“On behalf of STULZ New Zealand I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the individuals and businesses who helped us reach this milestone especially in the field of data center cooling.”
For more information or interviews please contact: Phemmie Wilkinson, The Origin Agency email@example.com +61 2 8281 3843 / +61 448725347
About STULZ STULZ New Zealand is the technology leader, providing resilient and energy efficient cooling solutions and services for mission critical applications in order to support lives, critical data, our economy and our future. The recently announced acquisition of TSI provides Stulz with access to over 20 years of industry knowledge and experience in the manufacture of high quality modular data centre solutions. http://www.stulz.co.nz/
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