Modine group which is a thermal management company established in 1916 in the United States. Announced it will be expanding its temperature cooling of the data center in North America. The Modine group has already expanded its data center cooling activities in the UK and Europe through its subsidiary. Airedale is the subsidiary of Modine as per sources.
Airdale tied up with CyrusOne to deliver cutting edge indoor and outdoor cooling solutions. For its data center sites throughout Europe. In addition to this, they also provide customer-centric thermal management solutions. To one of the best datacenters in the UK, Europe, and the Americas.
Expanding the smart cooling solution to the US
Modine group now plans to deploy the integrated customer-centric smart cooling solution in the US market. The data centers are growing exponentially so we need to manage the heat emitted from them. Modine Vice President Matt McBurney said we are in the middle of the new industrial revolution. Digitalization is driving how we live, how we connect and how we work.
In order to keep up with our demanding reliance on digital technologies, the data center business is growing exponentially. In support of this growth, the HVAC industry must take action to the plate with advanced technologies for the cooling of servers demanding the operation of data center facilities.
Modine delivers complete solutions direct to consumers with its data center cooling package including computer room air handlers (CRAH), indoor computer room air conditioners (CRAC) and FanWall units to efficient chillers to outdoor coolers.
The data center is consuming more natural resources each successive day. So we must do something to prevent natural resources from getting extinct. We need to minimize the impact on the environment. McBurney said the Modine group is expertise in this field and we will do everything we need to boost world-class cooling solutions.
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