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Article Date: 11th November 2013

Munters - DigiPlex & Munters set the bar with Largest Indirect Evaporative Cooled Data Centre in Europe

Cooling Systems - Air Treatment - Humidification Systems - Condensation Control

Munters Data Centre

DigiPlex's success in providing reliable, energy efficient data storage is set to grow at their new €60m data centre at Fetsund Oslo with the help of Munters Oasis™ IEC indirect evaporative cooling (IEC) technology.

Munters innovative Oasis™ IEC 200 is at the heart of DigiPlex's Air to Air (A2A) cooling system which has been designed to provide an ultra low PUE of 1.12, and cooling pPUE of 1.06.

A total of 52 Oasis IEC 200s will reduce energy consumption and provide a secure data hall climate. The new facility will be capable of cooling over 10MW of IT power, making it the largest indirect evaporatively cooled data centre in Europe.

Greg MCCulloch DigiPlex's Chief Operating Officer comments:

"Working closely with Munters to develop the A2A system has helped us create a cooling system that really sets our data centres apart.

Driving forward energy efficiency in our industry is a major focus for us and this system halves the amount of energy used to keep our servers working at an ideal temperature.

This not only helps save our customers thousands of pounds in energy costs but also ensures that our facilities are amongst the most sustainable in the sector"

Munters dedicated data centre team worked closely with DigiPlex to develop their modular A2A cooling system for the 4200m² white space where Oasis™ will help provide annual cost savings of 40% and a total energy consumption reduction of 65%, compared to common high efficiency free cooling solutions.

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