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When your rooms are fully mapped for multiple thermal data fields, it’s possible to achieve entirely new levels of data centre thermal compliance and cooling energy efficiency. With our distinctive blend of low-cost wireless sensors, 3D visualisation software and proven optimisation skills – we are uniquely placed to deliver business benefits for your data centre operations.

At EkkoSense our expert consultants not only recommend the actions needed to optimise your business critical operations but can go on to implement this bespoke action plan to guarantee thermal optimisation for your critical environments. We help you to solve your 3 most critical data centre cooling challenges:

Risk
Reduction

Thermal issues are the 2nd largest cause of data centre loss of service – there’s simply no room for complacency. We help you mitigate that risk, by establishing and maintaining 100% ASHRAE data centre cooling compliance

Cutting
Cooling Costs

Cooling is a major consumer of data centre energy, however rooms that have been thermally optimised by EkkoSense save an average of 23% on energy costs – with typical payback in less than 12 months

Releasing
Capacity

Most data centres don’t know their current cooling utilisation. EkkoSense provides real-time insight so, instead of adding more cooling systems, you can keep existing systems on standby and release capacity

How confident are you that your data centres are ASHRAE thermally compliant?

Despite best efforts, even the best run data centres still have cooling and thermal management issues.

Recent analysis from over 70 major data centres found that 11% of data centre racks weren’t actually ASHRAE thermally compliant. And with typical cooling unit utilisation rates averaging just 34%, organisations are still spending far more than they need to on expensive data centre cooling systems.

Cooling issues still account for almost a third of unplanned data centre outages

However, it’s hard to identify what’s causing the problem without live, real-time thermal visualisation.

Thanks to its unique blend of low-cost wireless Internet of Thing sensors, powerful 3D visualisation software and proven thermal optimisation capabilities, EkkoSense gives you access to the real-time cooling data you need to manage assets more efficiently.

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Achieving entirely new levels of thermal control and cooling efficiency

For true cooling optimisation, it’s necessary for data centres to monitor and report on thermal and cooling data in a very granular fashion, down to individual rack level.

But to make that happen you need to call on around 10x more sensors than are currently deployed in today’s typical data centre. But with the EkkoSense low cost Critical Things® family of wireless thermal sensors and our EkkoSoft immersive 3D thermal visualisation software, you can build in-depth maps of all your data centre rooms that display all your cooling and thermal performance in real-time.

Delivering thermal compliance and cooling energy cost reduction

With the right sensors and software in place, EkkoSense’s proven optimisation process is ready to remove thermal risk and unlock cooling energy savings.

Thanks to our vast experience and structured approach – whether you’re operating a single data centre or an international estate of critical facilities – EkkoSense’s full service approach is guaranteed to remove 100% of thermal risk from your data centre operations. And with confirmed cooling energy savings of over 30% in many cases, EkkoSense always delivers a rapid return on your investment.

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