Stulz and TSI announce joint venture to deliver modular data centre solutions


STULZ_logoSTULZ has announced a joint venture and majority shareholding in Technology Space Integration (TSI).

The joint venture will enable the two companies to cooperate closely in delivering unique modular data centre solutions globally using the very latest cooling technologies.

“We have identified modular data centres as a growing market segment” commented Oliver Stulz, Managing Director, STULZ GmbH. “This Joint Venture with TSI allows us to offer customers a complete solution for modular data centres from high performance computing to telecom enclosures using the latest bespoke designed cooling STULZ technology.”

STULZ_TSI Modular Data Center“This joint venture increases our ability to deliver and support our modular DC solutions around the globe with future proof designs, solutions and  services. Partnering with such a well-known brand of quality products, STULZ enables us to compete at all levels and support our global clients with a worldwide service organization network  which comprises approximately 6000 service staff” commented Simon Gardner, Managing Director, TSI ”

“TSI is attractive to the STULZ Group because it aligns well with our company which already has a long trading relationship and synergy.  We believe the joint venture brings together the best of breed technology to the data centre market,” said STULZ Global Sales Director Christoph Stulz “We have seen a huge increase in demand for modular data centres globally and working together we will look to supply flexible highly efficient solutions”.

John Jakovcevic, ANZ Managing Director, STULZ Australia, added, “Our acquisition of TSI allows Stulz in Australia and New Zealand to not only offer prefabricated data centres but also micro data centres. It’s a timely investment with the emerging Internet of Things and follows our recent investment in CoolIT, a leading supplier of liquid cooling technology.”

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About STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH
Since it was founded in 1947, the STULZ company has evolved into one of the world’s leading system suppliers of air-conditioning technology. Since 1974 the group has seen continual international expansion of its air conditioning technology business, specialising in A/C for data centres and telecommunications installations. STULZ employs 2,200 workers in Germany and seventeen subsidiaries (in France, Italy, Great Britain, Belgium, Brazil, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Mexico, Austria, Poland, Spain, Singapore, China, India, South Africa, Australia and the USA). The company also co-operates with sales and service partners in over 140 other countries, and therefore boasts an international network of air-conditioning specialists. It has production plants in Germany, Italy, the USA, 2 in China, Brazil and India. The STULZ Group employs around 5,300 people worldwide.

About TSI
TSI’s core business is the design, build and maintenance of modular data centres being supplied globally.  The company has over 25 years of experience in this market and continues to successfully provide its clients with a professional service. TSI not only understands the autonomous systems implemented within a data centre but appreciates that these systems can have an effect on the data centre environment as a single entity and as such all aspects of a fault or repair should be investigated as a risk to the mission critical facilities.  Located in Oxford, UK, and currently employing staff dedicated to the aforementioned functions. TSI holds the ISO9001 accreditation for Quality Management and have recently successfully maintained this accreditation and currently hold the ISO9001:2008 Quality Management certification.  This certification ensures the processes and procedures are monitored and policed. We are also ISO14001 accredited. We are TIA942 Accredited Designers and Auditors.


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