Lane Gregory

Lane Gregory
Lane Gregory is the Marketing Manager at STULZ USA, where she leverages her 15 years of experience in both traditional and digital marketing, sales, and media. Lane is also an adjunct faculty member at The George B. Delaplaine Jr. School of Business at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, where she teaches Advertising Management, Marketing Research and Integrated Marketing Concepts in the MBA program. When not strategizing on how to fill the sales funnel, Lane can be found gardening, cooking, and enjoying the great outdoors with her family.
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Employee Spotlight: Get to know Tekeisha Gibson

July 1, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in STULZ USA, Employees

Our next featured employee is on the front lines, leading a team to keep our U.S. headquarters clean! Tekeisha Gibson, known to her friends and family as Kat, is our lead custodian, and her hard work and positive attitude is vital to keep our staff healthy and happy.  We hope you'll take a moment to learn a little more about Kat below!   

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Make sure it’s the right fit: Should you select a comfort RTU for your data center?

June 10, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in Data Center, AHU

Make sure it's the right fit: Choosing a comfort RTU for your data center?

Data center builders and operators face routine challenges to comply with evolving and complex requirements. Such circumstances might make taking a short cut tempting. But not specifying the appropriate equipment can be a costly mistake.

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Employee Spotlight: Get to know Danielle Poole

May 21, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in STULZ USA, Employees

This month, we're featuring one of our hard working Human Resources team, Danielle Poole.  We hope you'll take a moment to learn a little more about Danielle below!   

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Precision Cooling Units Preserve Underground History

May 12, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in Humidification

Precision cooling units have special applications beyond servicing data centers. Preserving history is one of them. In the heart of Old San Juan stands Castillo San Cristóbal, one of the largest fortresses built in the Americas. Its construction began in 1634 after a devastating land attack from the Dutch exposed vulnerability in Old San Juan’s defenses. Over the course of 150 years, military engineers designed the impressive stronghold on higher ground complete with three levels and a labyrinth of tunnels that, in its prime covered, 27 acres.

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Increase Efficiency in your Data Center without Breaking the Bank

May 6, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in STULZ USA, Energy Efficiency, Retrofit & Replacement Solutions

Improve the efficiency in your data center with cost effective fan retrofit and air handler replacement solutions.

Finding ways to improve the efficiency of Computer Room Air Handler (CRAH) units is critical for today’s data center owners and operators. It’s an added bonus when you can make optimizations without breaking the bank. Depending on the situation, you may be able to avoid purchasing a new unit and save money with a retrofit replacement solution.

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Employee Spotlight: Get to know Jadea Adams

April 16, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in STULZ USA, Employees

This month, we're featuring one of our customer care team members, Jadea Adams.  Jadea always has a smile on her face and is ready to help customers and co-workers alike.

We hope you'll take a moment to learn a little more about Jadea below!   

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Employee Spotlight: Get to know Mike Powell

March 19, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in STULZ USA, Employees

30 wonderful years!  That's how long Mike Powell has been with STULZ.  Well, 30 years and 10 months to be exact.

We hope you'll take a moment to learn a little more about Mike and his time here at STULZ.

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A Megawatt of Cooling Capacity for your Data Center

March 12, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in Data Center, Energy Efficiency

Keeping IT Cooling with Perimeter Mounted Cooling Solutions: CRAH

Nowadays more data centers are using Computer Room Air Handlers (CRAH). A computer room air handler (CRAH) is a device used frequently in data centers to deal with the heat produced by equipment. Unlike a computer room air conditioner (CRAC) that uses mechanical refrigeration for heat removal in a data center, a CRAH uses fans, cooling coils, and a chilled water system to remove heat. Because CRAH systems are dependent on the surrounding environment temperature, they use less energy than the CRAC's mechanical refrigeration systems. The data center industry’s largest perimeter CRAH is our own CyberAir CFD-1080.

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The Advent of Edge Data Centers and Advanced Cooling Solutions

March 5, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in Micro Data Center, Edge Data Center

Growing Demands on Data Center Performance

Every day we push technology to its limit. We demand more, faster, accessible, and smarter technologies to download, upload, connect to, and apply. It comes as no surprise that businesses strive to catch up to consumer demands. As the trend continues to favor capable cloud services, the need to provide high-speed performance that users require is essential.

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Employee Spotlight: Get to know Karl Romriell

February 20, 2020 / by Lane Gregory posted in STULZ USA, Employees

This month, we're featuring one of our hard working Field Service Technicians; Karl Romriell.  Karl spends his time traveling the country keeping STULZ's CRACs and CRAHs running smoothly!

We hope you'll take a moment to learn a little more about Karl below!   

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