In what is being described as a reboot of the company, Ewald will transition the company from being a direct manufacturer of high-end, liquid-cooled desktop computers and servers. Instead, the company will focus on selling its liquid cooling technology to other system vendors. And while LiquidCool will continue to service the Hardcore machines being the used by customers, it is no longer in the computer manufacturing business.
Ewald has a storied history in HPC with leadership roles at LANL, Cray Research, Linux Networks, and of course SGI, which he left in 2009 before the company was acquired by Rackable. His experience and wide industry network will undoubtedly be key to getting the best possible partners for LiquidCool. Read the Full Story.
On behalf of insideHPC, I’d like to say, “Good luck, Bo. And welcome back!”