2bm have received further recognition for their technical ability at this year’s DCS Awards by winning the ‘Data Centre Cooling Innovation of the Year’ category.
In receiving the award on behalf of 2bm, Matt Evans,Technical Manager, commented: “This solution is a logistically viable option for every data centre in Europe delivering best-in-class results. It’s been a pleasure working with Transtherm to deliver such a great project, and I’m grateful to Plymouth University who believed in our solution from the get-go.”
A combination of industry education, intelligent specification, and considered plant design, the 2bm solution pushes the boundaries of Data Centre design to provide high performance, energy efficiency, and expected system life-span.
2bm’s Director of Design and Build, Rob Sewell, said: “Every award we receive is a further acknowledgement of our great work. When recognition comes from IT industry experts in the shape of the DCS Awards, it is even more satisfying.”
“Our latest award for ‘Data Centre’ Cooling Innovation” isn’t just recognition for 2bm, it’s also about the achievements of our business partners, in this case Transtherm.”
“It’s important we also acknowledge the role the University of Plymouth played in our award-winning project. From day one our client believed in our ability to deliver a ground-breaking compressor-less cooling system,” added Rob.