EkkoSense Introduces Latest Release of Its AI-powered Optimization Software at DCD Connect New York

Anomaly detection in data centers from EkkoSense

EkkoSense will showcase the latest release of its EkkoSoft Critical software at DCD Connect New York, taking place at the Marriott Marquis, Times Square, from March 18-19, 2024.  

EkkoSense’s EkkoSoft Critical AI-powered optimization software eliminates thermal hotspots – helping to improve data center site resilience and enable operations teams to gain early insight into potential issues before they become critical. The AI software also delivers quantifiable reductions in cooling energy usage – ensuring quantifiable carbon savings to support corporate sustainability and ESG programs. 

“We’re excited to introduce EkkoSoft Critical’s new capabilities at DCD Connect New York,” said Paul Milburn, Chief Product Officer for EkkoSense. “With features such as Cooling Anomaly Detection, new 3D Objects, and embedded ESG Reporting, EkkoSoft Critical empowers organizations to optimize thermal, power, and capacity management while simplifying sustainability reporting.”  

Cooling Anomaly Detection focuses on drift from control set-point and uses the data that EkkoSoft Critical collects from M&E equipment performance such as CRACs to alert any abnormal changes in performance. The next stage is to remotely diagnose the likely cause of any abnormal performance, helping data center operations teams to move beyond traditional reactive monitoring to a more proactive maintenance approach. 
The latest EkkoSoft Critical software version also enhances visualization with the addition of new 3D objects to cover liquid cooling, direct-to-chip cooling, external cooling plant, and power. Additionally, the software’s unique embedded ESG Reporting facility will dramatically simplify reporting for operations teams. The software’s embedded real-time compliance reporting delivers precisely the kind of evidence-based sustainability and ESG metrics that are essential for meeting ISO standards and complying with reporting regimes such as the EU’s forthcoming Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the EC Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). 

Anomaly detection in EkkoSoft Critical

“We’re solving an industry challenge with highly effective real-time embedded ESG reporting solution,” explained Dean Boyle, CEO of EkkoSense. “With EkkoSoft Critical, organizations can access granular performance data and streamline reporting processes, ultimately driving operational efficiency and sustainability.” 

Attendees at DCD New York are invited to visit EkkoSense’s booth to learn more about EkkoSoft Critical 8.0 and experience its cutting-edge features firsthand. Book a demo with Steve Lewis, Travis Talcott or Matthew Farnell to see how EkkoSoft Critical works for yourself and gain valuable insights into optimizing data center operations and ESG reporting.