|By PR Newswire||
|November 13, 2012 01:01 AM EST||
LONDON, November 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Romonet, a leading provider of data centre predictive modelling tools, announced today that it has formed a partnership with JCA Engineering
As a technology focused engineering firm, JCA will employ Romonet's innovative software products through the full life-cycle of design optimization and financial modelling, within its data centre design and build division.
JCA Engineering is recognised as a leader in providing robust and scalable infrastructure solutions that enable secure growth of IT systems, in-line with the expanding demands of their clients. Romonet introduced its award winning Romonet Software Suite in November 2010, with the aim of helping businesses run their data centres in a more efficient and cost effective manner. The unique predictive modelling capabilities of the product allow its clients to control costs and reduce risk, by improving financial forecasting of data centre equipment, IT platforms & workloads.
"The Romonet Software Suite is a great fit with our current MEP services model, which relies on the integration of state-of-the art design practices and complex integration solutions." stated Tom Absalom, managing director of JCA Engineering. "Romonet's software products and expertise will now enable us to efficiently cost-optimize our designs over the full life-cycle of the facilities."
As an accredited Romonet partner, JCA Engineering will collaborate with Romonet on data centre design projects, to ensure that clients gain the maximum benefits of Romonet's powerful predictive modelling capabilities and JCA Engineering's award-winning data centre design expertise. This will ensure that highest quality designs are produced, tested and delivered across the full spectrum of operational conditions.
"We are delighted to be partnering with JCA Engineering for the delivery of world class data centre modelling services," stated Zahl Limbuwala, CEO of Romonet. "JCA Engineering's award-winning expertise, combined with our world-class software, will undoubtedly lead to a greater level of innovation in data centre infrastructure projects that span both engineering and IT disciplines."
Founded in 2006, Romonet is a UK software company, with offices in London, San Francisco and New York. The company provides the predictive modelling tools, and consultancy which businesses require to accurately predict, account and manage cost and risk within their data centre or cloud computing environment. For more information, visit http://www.romonet.com
About JCA Engineering
JCA Engineering is a technology focused mechanical and electrical contractor that strives to deliver the optimal engineered solution for a wide variety of clients and projects.
Working across a range of industry sectors including banking and finance, commercial development, pharmaceutical, education and the public sector. JCA offer an array of services ranging from business critical infrastructure for data centres and laboratories, to fast track commercial office fit outs. With a great depth of engineering knowledge at every level within the organisation, JCA can provide you with the solution to your building services requirements; no matter how simple or complex.
The growth of JCA Engineering has been due to the founding principle of professionally engineered and delivered projects. The vast majority of their clients have worked with them for many years and this growth and client loyalty is testimony to their ability to outperform in an increasingly competitive market place.
JCA's main areas of expertise are:
Data centre engineering
Critical plant replacement
Commercial building services
For more information visit http://www.jcagroup.co.uk
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