Today CoolIT Systems announced plans to showcase new server cooling technologies at the SC15 conference in Austin. Exhibiting at booth #163, CoolIT Systems will exhibit an expanded line of heat exchange solutions. Attendees will also find new customer case studies outlining the real-world benefits the industry is experiencing with liquid cooling.
The adoption from vendors and end users for liquid cooling is growing rapidly with the rising demands in rack density and efficiency requirements,” said Geoff Lyon, CEO/CTO of CoolIT Systems who also chairs The Green Grid’s Liquid Cooling Work Group. “CoolIT Systems is responding to these demands with our largest display ever of enterprise level liquid cooling solutions.”
Attendees are invited to visit CoolIT Systems Executive and Technical staff at SC15 booth #163 to discuss how to make HPC goals a reality.
Debuting at SC15 is CoolIT’s next generation CDU code-named ‘Revelstoke’, a rack mounted, 4u CHx capable of managing upwards of 80kW and 120 nodes with warm water cooling. CoolIT will display its full range of centralized pumping liquid to liquid/air heat exchangers and rear-door technologies (Rack DCLC CHx, AHx and RDHx) that provide measurable CAPEX and OPEX benefits.
CoolIT’s Rack DCLC product line-up showcases the data center ready CHx650 Module, with a capacity to manage cooling for over 650kW of IT using warm water. A two-rack liquid cooled data center will be set up plus multiple examples of liquid cooled servers from Dell, Lenovo, Intel, Supermicro, Huawei, Penguin Computing and more.
New for 2015 will also be CoolIT’s EP2 and RP2 liquid cooling solutions for the upcoming Intel Xeon Phi processor known as “Knights Landing”. These server modules come in a pumped version and a low profile passive version for high density server configurations.
CoolIT’s reliable stainless steel Manifold Module will be demonstrated in rack and chassis arrangements, showcasing 100% non-drip quick connects in both manual-mate and blind-mate formats. Case studies for HPC centres such as the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Centre, and the Center of Biological Sequence Analysis at the Technical University of Denmark will be presented.