etalytics and Xantaro conclude exclusive sales partnership

Blog // October 6, 2022

Darmstadt/Hamburg, October 6th 2022 – etalytics, the Darmstadt-based software start-up for intelligent energy-saving solutions in data centers and production facilities, and Xantaro, Europe’s leading specialist for building and operating high-performance computer networks, have signed an exclusive sales partnership.

The start-up etalytics was founded in 2020 and emerged from the research group “ETA | Energy Technologies and Applications in Production” of the Technical University of Darmstadt. etalytics has already received numerous prizes and awards for its innovative software solutions for saving energy, including the “Climate Protection Ideas Competition 2019” of the Energy Department of the City of Frankfurt, the start-up competition “Digital Innovations” of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection, the special prize “Digitalization in Production”, the Hessian State Prize for Energy, and most recently the start-up prize of the German Datacenter Association (GDA). Initial projects at etalytics’ customers have shown that energy consumption savings of up to 40% are possible.

For 15 years, Xantaro has successfully designed, built and operated high-performance computer networks for international telecommunications providers, service providers and large and medium-sized companies with an international focus.

“Worldwide, the power demand by data centers is increasing in the course of digitalization, while the indispensable path to a climate-neutral economy must also be taken here. As a deep tech startup, we support our customers in this goal with the solution modules of the etaONE platform for data and AI-supported analysis and optimization of increasingly complex energy systems, such as the cooling systems in data centers.In the context of pilot projectse, we were able to demonstrably reduce the energy demand by up to 45%. We are now pleased to have Xantaro as an experienced and knowledgeable sales partner who has been successfully supporting numerous companies with energy-intensive data centers and production facilities for years. “

Dr.-Ing. Niklas Panten, CEO & Co-Founder of etalytics

“Data centers and production facilities have a significant energy demand. In view of the climate debate, all companies are looking for ways to reduce their energy consumption. Due to the recent price increases for electricity and gas, the interest in saving possibilities has increased significantly once again. etalytics’ solutions are extremely promising and open up unexpected savings potential for our customers.”

Gerold Arheilger, CEO Xantaro Group

About etalytics
Etalytics is a software provider of energy intelligence solutions to increase energy efficiency and flexibility through data-driven and energy engineering practices. etalytics’ etaONE platform enables customers to structure, visualize, analyze and optimize their energy systems to reduce CO2 emissions and energy costs. As a spin-off from the Technical University of Darmstadt, etalytics thus brings innovative data analytics and machine learning technologies from research to application – for data centers, production plants, smart quarters/cities, energy suppliers and building complexes. With etalytics, companies find and tap new energy efficiency potentials and sustainably support their energy management teams.

About Xantaro
Xantaro is an internationally oriented service integrator for carriers, service providers and large enterprises with customers in Europe. As a service integrator, Xantaro offers delivery and integration of components and services from completely different network layers and manufacturers: from optical transport systems to IP/MPLS service platforms, Carrier Ethernet products, data center and virtualization solutions, voice and video applications to complete product life cycle management. Services include independent consulting for investment decisions and system technology selection, delivery and smooth integration of components and specially developed value-added services into existing network infrastructures.

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