SEATTLE — Optimum Energy, a provider of data-driven HVAC energy optimization for enterprise facilities, announced it has been named as one of five “Cool Vendors in Data Center Infrastructure Management, Power and Cooling, 2014” in a report by Gartner1 Inc., a leading information technology research and advisory company.
“Optimum Energy is thrilled be included as a ‘Cool Vendor’ in this year’s Data Center Infrastructure Management, Power and Cooling (DCIM) report,” said Matt Frey, president and CEO of Optimum Energy. “We believe this report showcases our dedication to providing data center customers solutions for attaining ultra-efficient cooling system operations.”
Optimum Energy said its optimization solutions are uniquely suited to the needs of the complex data center environment. Its Real-Time Dynamic Commissioning™ solution effectively lowers and sustains the cooling system power envelope of the entire data center. Its OptiCx™ Platform also provides data center operators the benefit of using a cloud-based system to analyze and reduce the total environmental impact of the facility.
Gartner offers insight on a variety of IT solutions, and each year publishes a series of research reports that evaluate “Cool Vendors” in key areas of technology. The Gartner report evaluated Optimum Energy’s OptiCx Platform, which provides modular, data-driven energy optimization and performance management for HVAC systems. Through its closed-loop, cloud-based energy optimization process, Optimum Energy ensures that energy efficiency is an ongoing process.
For more information, visit www.optimumenergyco.com.
Publication date: 9/1/2014