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May 12, 2015

NTT FACILITIES and STULZ Announce Strategic Partnership to Deliver STULZ's Precision Air Condition System, CyberAir3 in Japan

NTT FACILITIES, INC. (NTTF), a leader in designing and constructing state-of-the-art information facilities that support communications and Internet infrastructure, today announced that it has partnered with STULZ GmbH (STULZ), a leading global provider of data center cooling systems, for the sales, installation, and technical support of STULZ's Precision Air Cooling System, CyberAir3 exclusively in Japanese data center market. The synergies of each company will give data center companies an opportunity to enjoy the most comprehensive cooling solution that optimizes the cooling system efficiency and improves reliability of their facilities operation.

"We have recognized the Japanese data center market is changing now." said Kurt PlÖtner, STULZ GmbH's Vice President.
"Electricity rate is increasing and increasing every year, and in middle to large data centers in Japan, chilled water type of Precision Air Cooling System is taking over from air-cooled type units which had been dominant for a long time in Japan. Now is the best time to offer our most efficient chilled water Precision Air Cooling system, CyberAir3 in particular CWU series, to Japan."

"NTT FACILITIES is very pleased to partner with STULZ to deliver CyberAir3 to Japanese data center market. This is a great addition to our comprehensive portfolio of data center cooling solutions." said Masayuki YOKOTA, NTT FACILITIES's Executive Vice President of Building Engineering Headquarters.
"The synergy between CyberAir3 and our dynamic control system for CRACs and chillers called Vigilent System and Unified Cooling respectively will contribute to cutting huge amount of greenhouse gas in Japanese data center industry, and to our customer's data center business from the aspect of not only just cost savings but also better and more reliable facilities operation."

NTT FACILITIES and STULZ work together and aim by 2018 for getting 30% market share of Precision Air Cooling System for middle to large data center market in Japan.

About NTT FACILITIES, INC.

NTT FACILITIES, INC. (NTTF) (http://www.ntt-f.co.jp/english/) is the leader in designing and constructing state-of-the-art information facilities that support communications and Internet infrastructure. Its more than 100 years of experience in the management of the Japan-wide mission-critical facilities of the NTT group, the largest telecommunications conglomerate in Japan, allows it to provide comprehensive, one-stop, integrated engineering services ranging from planning, design and consulting to construction, operation, maintenance and monitoring for data centers, telecommunications and commercial buildings and related facilities. Now, NTTF is focusing on the green business as the core of the eco-friendly data center, as well as mega solar power generation and green IT buildings for the next generation through its integrated technologies of IT x Energy x Architecture.

About STULZ GmbH

Since it was founded in 1947, the STULZ company has evolved into one of the world's leading system suppliers of air-conditioning technology. STULZ manufactures precision air-conditioning units, chillers, air handlers and high density cooling solutions. Since 1974 the group has seen continual international expansion of its air conditioning technology business, specialising in A/C for data centers and telecommunications installations. STULZ employs 2,200 workers in Germany and maintains sixteen international subsidiaries (in France, Italy, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Mexico, Austria, Poland, Spain, Singapore, China, India, South Africa, Australia and the USA). The company also co-operates with sales and service partners in over 130 other countries, and therefore boasts an international network of air-conditioning specialists. It has production plants in Germany, Italy, the USA, China and India.

http://www.stulz.com/


Address any inquiries on this matter to:
Attn: Public Relations Office, NTT FACILITIES, INC.; tel. +81-3-5444-5112

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