Willstech, a privately held Korean tech firm, will provide enterprise energy management software in Korea.
The company said in a press release that it has secured a contract with Joulex to launch the private U.S. firm’s energy management system services for Korean businesses.
Joulex’s software allows companies to save and efficiently manage energy from the use of various network-connected IT devices, Willstech said.
It added that Joulex’s smart energy manager systems can help save up to 40 to 60 percent of electricity at office buildings and data centers, further assisting enterprises to cut carbon emissions.
Without having to set up additional hardware, its solutions can monitor and evaluate the flow of electricity in personal computers, network servers and Internet phones, the company said.
Willstech said it has begun marketing the product to telecom conglomerates and financial companies, and plans to boost domestic partnerships in saving energy in the country.