Data Centre Provider Netcetera Choose The ECV CloudCooler® For New 2MW Cryptocurrency Mining Facility
5th March 2018
Netcetera, one of Europe’s leading Datacentre providers, have announced their second installation with EcoCooling. The new ECV CloudCooler® has been selected to cool the first phase of its’ 2MW cryptocurrency miner colocation in their Isle of Man facility. This initial deployment is the first phase of plans for the rollout of many more MWs of capacity serviced by CloudCoolers® worldwide.
The continued use of fresh air solutions is based on the success of Netcetera’s first installation of external ECP CREC® (Computer Room Evaporative Cooling) solution in 2016.
“To date we have saved a whopping two and a half million kilograms of carbon, the ECP CREC® cooling system has significantly contributed to these and ongoing savings.” Peter Skelton, Netcetera
The new internal ECV CloudCooler® was chosen due to its simple design and efficiency. The modular, plug and play units have low capital and maintenance costs while the use of direct, fresh air results in a significantly smaller carbon footprint than refrigeration-based alternatives.
Compared to a traditional refrigeration system the estimated energy savings of any EcoCooling fresh air system are expected to be around 90%.
The units will provide a constant supply of filtered air at controlled temperatures. Filtration, plus the avoidance of temperature fluctuations maximise the reliability of the cryptocurrency miners and other IT equipment. Optimising air quality and temperature stability provides a perfect platform for maintaining the maximum availability of mining power.
Formed in 1996, Netcetera is one of Europe’s leading Web Hosting service providers, with customers in over 75 countries worldwide. Netcetera are a leading IT infrastructure provider offering co-location, dedicated servers and managed infrastructure services to businesses worldwide.
Netcetera Managing Director, Peter Skelton, stated that he was thrilled to use EcoCooling products to cool their facility.
EcoCooling managing director, Alan Beresford was excited to be working again.
“It’s fantastic to be able to work with a company who are as environmentally conscious as we are. We share the same principles and values and we are excited that Netcetera has chosen to install our new CloudCooler modular units which have been developed with cryptocurrency mining facilities to achieve world-class cooling efficiency.” Said Mr Beresford.
With over 15 years of experience, EcoCooling is constantly improving their products to provide the best quality cooling systems for all types of installations
The new CloudCooler® range is specifically designed for data centre, IT, GPU and cryptocurrency mining facilities. Utilising free cooling with optional evaporative cooling, the units can be configured to suit many applications. With a significant reduction in operational cooling cost and carbon footprint, the CloudCooler is the go-to option for data centre operator looking to reduce their energy use and cooling costs.
Formed in 1996, Netcetera is the largest Datacentre on the Isle of Man and one of Europe’s leading Managed Cloud Hosting providers. Netcetera provides Co-location, Dedicated Servers, Cloud Compute & Managed Infrastructure services to businesses in over 75 countries worldwide. A 16,000 square foot ISO27001 certified facility located in the Isle of Man, enables Netcetera to offer a wide range of co-location and hosted solutions. From single server co-location to fully customised large-scale deployments, Netcetera can provide companies & individuals with the infrastructure they need. Reliable, cost-effective services are delivered with leading technologies, superior quality bandwidth and expert IT personnel along with well-defined processes to ISO9001 standard. For more information please visit https://www.netcetera.co.uk .
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