Edge Cloud Link Inc., a sustainable, off-grid data center-as-a-service startup, exited stealth mode today armed with $7 million in seed funding to deliver on the idea of 3D-printed data centers that use hydrogen as their primary power source.
$7m funding from Molex and Hyperwise for new modular net zero proposal
ECL says its hydrogen fuel cells will provide electricity to power its data centers and produce enough water to cool the servers.
Data center service provider ECL exited stealth today with $7 million in seed funding and plans to build the first 3D-printed modular data center powered by green hydrogen in Mountain View, California.
The Silicon Valley headquartered company, the initiative of infrastructure architect and engineer Yuval Bachar, claims a first in offering a modular, sustainable off-grid solution with green hydrogen as the primary power source.
Data Center-as-a-Service startup ECL has announced a modular, sustainable, off-grid data center that uses green hydrogen as its primary power source. ECL will deliver data centers in 1MW blocks with 99.9999 percent uptime.
US data centre startup ECL on Wednesday said it has obtained USD 7 million (EUR 6.4m) in seed financing for what will be the world’s first off-grid data centre that uses green hydrogen as a primary power source.
ECL, a Data Centre-as-a-Service provider, has announced the world’s first modular, sustainable, off-grid data centre that uses green hydrogen as its primary power source.
ECL has announced the world’s first off-grid Datacenter-as-a-Service, fully powered by green hydrogen, with 99.999% uptime at a much lower cost compared to traditional colocation data centers.
ECL will deliver data centres in 1MW blocks that have 99.9999 percent uptime. The company also announced $7m in seed financing co-led by Molex Ventures and Hyperwise Ventures.
‘Data Centre-as-a-Service’ pioneer, ECL, has announced the launch of what it claims is the world’s first modular, sustainable, off-grid data centre that uses green hydrogen as its primary power source.
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Data center startup ECL plans to deploy hydrogen-powered modular data centers that are built using 3D printing and require no local power and water. The company, which is led by industry veteran Yuval Bachar, announced $7 million in seed financing.
A Mountain View startup thinks it’s developed a way to make data centers greener, more resilient and easier to build.
ECL Introduces World’s First Fully-Green, Hydrogen-Powered, Off-Grid Data Center-as-a-Service with 99.9999 Percent Uptime at Significantly Lower Cost Than Traditional Colocation Data Centers
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