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Corporate Overview

Corporate Overview

Founded in 2008 by veteran energy efficiency and refrigeration technology visionaries, Core4 Systems is revolutionizing data center cooling with a breakthrough cooling infrastructure that seamlessly displaces inefficient, legacy computer room air conditioning (CRAC) and air handling units (AHU) systems to dramatically cut cooling costs an average of 72 percent while saving an average of 28 percent on on-site water usage.  The importance of Core4’s documented data center cooling breakthrough is magnified by the fact that data centers are the single largest energy consumers, gobbling up 61.4 billion kWh in the United States alone. Typically 40-60 percent of this annual energy spend is consumed by cooling systems for IT equipment.  Not only does this saddle companies with huge recurring costs, it contributes to the creation of nearly 44 million tons of CO2 emissions annually.

To curtail the energy appetite of cooling solutions for power hungry data centers, Core4 Systems has developed a next-generation cooling solution customized to meet the unique retrofit and new construction needs of regional, mid-tier and enterprise-scale data centers.  Core4’s patent-pending solutions are ushering in a new era of fiscally responsible and environmentally sound data center cooling strategies for a market forecast to reach $12B by 2011.

  • Dramatic energy savings.  Slash cooling-related energy consumption an average of 72 percent relative to leading facility designs (CRAC or chilled water systems), while maintaining 57 degree supply air temp, 68 degree room temp and 45 percent relative humidity.
    • Savings supported by retrofit of Santa Rosa, CA data center (See: Sonic.net case study.)
    • KW engineering (PG&E consultant) audit and rebate- $1,530 rebate per ton
  • Core4 guarantees energy savings and rapid ROI with payback periods averaging two years
  • Free up 40-50 percent more power and cooling capacity to forestall expensive new facility construction.