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Infrastructure Innovator Nautilus Data Technologies Announces Landmark Deployment with Start Campus

Data center innovation and sustainable design took a huge leap forward this week with the announcement of Nautilus Data Technologies‘ groundbreaking multi-megawatt data center agreement with Start Campus, a global leader in the site selection design and building of 100% green energy ecosystems. The agreement with Nautilus, an innovator in infrastructure technology, paves the way for the deployment of Nautilus’ EcoCore, a revolutionary liquid cooling technology that increases data center compute capability while decreasing environmental impact. 

The collaboration highlights the deployment of Nautilus’ latest product line, EcoCore, an advanced data center infrastructure designed to enhance data hall cooling for the first phase of Start Campus’ planned 495MW Sines Project facility in Portugal. 

The project, scheduled to be completed mid 2024, is designed specifically to solve Start Campus’ requirements for high-density, liquid-cooled servers. EcoCore offers a sustainable, scalable, and efficient foundational infrastructure solution for data centers. The EcoCore infrastructure supports any type of cooling system, allowing the data hall to manage and dissipate heat effectively. Whether through the traditional hot aisle, rear door cooling, direct-to-chip, or immersion methods, the Start Campus data hall remains versatile and performance-oriented with this infrastructure solution. 

“We are thrilled to partner with Start Campus in this project,” said Rob Pfleging, CEO of Nautilus Data Technologies.  “Nautilus’ sustainable technology sets a new standard in the industry, offering unmatched efficiency and adaptability. This deal signifies a milestone for Nautilus and reinforces our commitment to pushing the boundaries of data center innovation.”

The partnership between Nautilus and Start Campus, which began in 2023, resulted in the deployment of Nautilus’ EcoCore zero-water consumption cooling technology to support high-density, liquid-cooled servers, meeting Start Campus’s immediate operational requirements and simultaneously raising industry standards.

You can read the full press release in its entirety here. For more information about Nautilus and its leadership team, visit www.nautilusdt.com.

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