Big Data Exchange (BDx) has selected Red Dot Analytics (RDA) to digitally transform BDx’s facilities in order to enhance efficiency.
The first phase of the three-year project with RDA, a Singapore-based pioneer in the industrial artificial intelligence (AI) space, will focus on cooling and PUE optimization at BDx’s facilities in mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore.
BDx aims to identify inefficiencies throughout its facilities by leveraging RDA’s Data Center Solution that integrates AI-driven applications and automation. BDx will gain insight into its data center life cycle management, delivering lower energy costs, less human error and increased capacity utilization.
“RDA’s artificial intelligence-based technology will provide visibility into our systems to identify ways we can increase performance and sustainability without compromising the safety standards required for mission-critical infrastructure,” says Jeremy Yew, COO for BDx.
“BDx will have a stronger ability to identify and prevent potential hotspots and other thermal safety concerns within the data center,” says Professor Yonggang Wen, Chief Scientist at RDA. “Cooling regulation and optimization will result in a PUE optimization of up to 5 percent. The increased efficiencies will lead to additional savings for BDx.”