Rittal and Stulz: a partnership of pioneers
End-to-end modular IT infrastructureHerborn/Hamburg, )
The joint offering also extends to global support and other services for the entire IT infrastructure lifecycle. The result is data centre solutions that are future-proof and investment-protected. Moreover, customers can be sure of transparent TCO analysis, high availability and security, backed by robust monitoring.
Demand for one-stop data centre solutions is growing. The IT industry is evolving fast, with new technologies and applications such as 5G, machine learning and digital twins, in conjunction with the burgeoning use of videoconferencing and e-commerce. Consequently, companies must upgrade and expand their IT infrastructure at an ever-increasing pace. They need solutions that can be implemented quickly, that comply with high international standards of quality and security, and that can be tailored to their specific requirements. This is exactly what Rittal and Stulz are able to deliver, as innovators and global players with long and successful track records.
Future-proof IT based on collaboration
The partnership brings together a broad choice of cooling options with the ability to quickly and flexibly install and extend complex IT assets. The precision cooling solutions, including free cooling and adiabatic technology from Stulz, blend perfectly with the modular structure of the new Rittal RiMatrix Next Generation (NG) platform. IT decision-makers pick and mix racks, cooling units, power-supply systems, and IT monitoring and security elements to create a made-to-measure solution. RiMatrix NG’s open architecture, in conjunction with the shared consulting, support and service offering, ensure answers are available to all possible IT scenarios, now and in the future. This extends from individual racks or container solutions, to central data centres and distributed edge data centres, to highly scalable co-location, cloud and hyperscale data centres.
“Rittal and Stulz are both family-run companies, with a commitment to innovation and customer centricity,” states Prof. Friedhelm Loh, owner and CEO of Friedhelm Loh Group. “Together, we can offer our customers an even larger portfolio of flexible, end-to-end data centre solutions.”
“In cooperation with Rittal, we will ensure rapid, reliable IT system implementation backed by an agile, global service organisation with a presence in more than 120 countries,” emphasizes Jürgen Stulz, Managing Director Stulz GmbH.
For more information, visit www.rittal.com and www.friedhelm-loh-group.com
Since its foundation in 1947, the STULZ company has evolved into one of the world's leading system suppliers in the air-conditioning technology sector. Since 1974, there has been a constant international expansion of the air-conditioning business, specializing in the climatization of data centers and telecommunications systems. According to the slogan ONE STULZ ONE SOURCE, the company offers a comprehensive portfolio for mission-critical air-conditioning requirements. From classic room cooling, chillers and air handlers to High Density, Modular Data Centers and Micro Data Centers to Direct Chip Cooling as well as software and service for the data center industry. STULZ employs 2,400 people in 5 R&D centers (Germany, Spain, Italy, USA and China), 10 production sites (2 x Germany, Italy, 2 x USA, England, Spain, China, Brazil and India) and 21 sales companies (in Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Mexico, Austria, Belgium, New Zealand, Poland, Brazil, Spain, China, India, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Australia and the USA). The company also cooperates with sales and service partners in more than 140 countries, ensuring an international network of specialists for optimum support - from finding solutions to after-sales service. The STULZ Group employs around 7,200 people worldwide. The current sales volume is around 1,300 million euros.