All the coolants are ethylene glycol based. If 50/50 mix, then you're paying for shipment of water.
Here's the real scoop, I'm a chemist, consumer products. Older coolants had silicates or phosphates as additives and were higher pH. As aluminum parts like heads and radiators became more common, and aluminum is not compatible with high pH (Drano crystals are sodium hydroxide and aluminum chips), lower pH coolants were developed using potassium salts of fatty acids, like 2-ethyl hexanoic acid. OAT is organic acid technology, and HOAT is hybrid organic acid technology so those coolants have lower pH to be compatible with aluminum parts.
The Summit stuff states "safe for all makes and models", that is the key that it's fine. And guess what ? The color is 1-cent of dye that's added to trick folks into going to the dealer for stuff. So go to local store and buy coolant that states "safe for all makes and models" and drain and flush your cooling system. Be sure to bleed out all the air when filling.