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Date: 21st November 2018 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Press release
Airedale International, leading British cooling specialist, has been named a finalist in the Mission Critical Innovation category in partnership with Sudlows, critical infrastructure specialist, for this year’s DCD awards.
The annual DCD Awards are designed to honour industry’s best data centre projects and most talented people. Highly regarded within the industry the awards are often referred to as the “Oscars” of the data centre world.
The Mission Critical Innovation category rewards the entry that has made the most contribution in shaping the next generation of cutting edge data centre solutions.
Airedale’s entry, for the ACIS™ Flux, monitors and controls water treatment, water storage and water distribution for adiabatic cooling units in a datacentre. The entry combines the mechanical knowledge of Sam Wicks, Associate Director, Sudlows, and specialist controls knowledge from Airedale.
“We are honoured to be acknowledged for our innovation in the field of data centre controls and proud to be a finalist for this award”, said Paul Stringfellow, Commercial Controls Technical Project Manager.
“It’s great to see the innovative work, created by both teams at Sudlows and Airedale, being recognised across the industry, and Sudlows are thrilled to be also named as finalists in this technical category.” added Andy Hirst, Managing Director – Critical Infrastructures, Sudlows.
The awards will be presented at a black tie ceremony held on the 6th December at the Royal Lancaster London.