DCONGREEN’s mission is about co-creating a sustainable digital infrastructure and we are supporting data center & telecom operators with their sustainability roadmap. We take a holistic approach at this by looking both at the data center building (power/carbon but also water, waste, heat reuse etc..) and the IT load of the building. As a sustainability integrator we implement sustainability & efficiency solutions and offer consultancy (e.g. environmental assessments) as well.

One of the solutions in the portfolio is EkkoSense and is about software-driven optimization of data center cooling infrastructure, based on an AI/ML engine and smart sensors.

It delivers significant savings in cooling energy (average 30%) whilst eliminating 100% of the thermal risks. The technology focuses on the “operational/run” phase of a data center (responsible for up to 70% of CO2 emissions) and constitutes as such “low hanging fruit” on the road to carbon neutrality by 2030 (in line with the EU Green Deal). It is deployed in > 450 data centers (a.o. Vodafone, Interxion, GSK, VISA, CBRE, BT, Telefonica, Digital Realty), both for colo (AC) as telco (DC) applications.

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About EkkoSense

EkkoSense is an industry leader in the provision of advanced sensing technology, SaaS DCIM-class visualization & monitoring software and analytics solutions for critical facilities such as data centers. The company is committed to eliminating thermal risk and helping organizations to monitor, manage and maximize their data center performance.  Follow us on Twitter @ekkosenseUK.

About EkkoSoft Critical

EkkoSoft Critical software delivers an average 30% cooling energy saving, significantly reducing cooling equipment capex investment requirements and delivering a valuable contribution to corporate NetZero commitments through sustained carbon usage reductions in the data center. The EkkoSense solution provides an attractive business case as it enables true real-time M&E Capacity Planning for power, cooling and space – at a fraction of the cost of more expensive and complex DCIM solutions.



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