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DataSite HPC Solution to use Motivair ChilledDoor Rack Systems

Today DataSite announced it will install Motivair Corporation’s ChilledDoor Rack Cooling system to accommodate a high performance computing environment for a strategic customer. “This initial engagement will officially launch an ongoing partnership between the two companies to deliver HPC services across DataSite’s facilities.We were eager to accommodate our customers’ desire to deploy HPC clusters in DataSite facilities, but did not want to sacrifice operational efficiencies,” comments Rob Wilson, Executive Vice President for DataSite. “After an extensive search of the HPC cooling market, Motivair was selected as the ideal product that provided industry best cooling capabilities while meeting DataSite’s Sustainability commitments.”

Peter Calverley Joins CoolIT Systems’ Board of Directors

Today CoolIT Systems announced that Peter Calverley, CFO of Tela Innovations, has been elected to CoolIT’s Board of Directors. Doug Reid has retired from the Board after 5 years of service. “I am excited to join the Board of Directors at CoolIT Systems – a company leading the industry with its innovative, energy efficient direct contact liquid cooling solutions,” said Peter Calverley. “I believe CoolIT’s unmatched technology presents an enormous opportunity to facilitate a step-change in data center computational capabilities.”

Asetek Lands Another RackCDU D2C Order for New HPC Installation

Today Asetek announced an order from one of its existing OEM partners for its RackCDU D2C (Direct-to-Chip) liquid cooling solution. The order is part of a new installation for an undisclosed HPC customer.

OCF in the UK Adopts Iceotope Liquid Cooling Technology

“Iceotope’s novel approach to liquid cooling allows us to deliver compute capability for customers with environments outside the traditional air cooled datacentre – for example a factory shop floor or an office environment where standard servers are too noisy,” said Steve Reynolds, sales director at OCF. “Our partnership with Iceotope enables us to provide an alternative and innovative solution for our customers.”

Calyos Launches Kickstarter for Fanless Gaming PC

Today French Startup Calyos launched a kickstarter funding project for the NSG S0, “the World’s First Fanless Chassis for High Performing PC.” The secret behind the Calyos fanless gaming PC chassis is phase-change cooling through loop heat pipes. Used in Datacenter servers, they absorb the heat from the hot components and move it passively to the edges of the case, where heat can be easily removed with an air or liquid heat exchanger.

Asetek Liquid Cooling Solution Coming to HPC Center

Today Asetek announced a new order from one of its existing OEM partners for its RackCDU D2C (Direct-to-Chip) liquid cooling solution. The order is part of a new installation for an undisclosed HPC customer. “I am very pleased with the progress we are making in our emerging data center business segment,” said André Sloth Eriksen, CEO and founder of Asetek. “This repeat order, from one of our OEM partners, to a new end customer confirms the trust in our unique liquid cooling solutions and that adoption is growing.”

Asperitas Unveils Liquid-cooled Modular Datacenter Solution

According to Asperitas, Immersed Computing is a concept driven by sustainability, efficiency and flexibility and goes far beyond just technology. In many situations, Immersed Computing can save more than 50% of the total energy footprint. By using immersion, 10-45% of IT energy is reduced due to the lack of fans, while other energy consumers like cooling installations can achieve up to 95% energy reduction. It allows for warm water cooling which provides even more energy savings on cooling installations. One more benefit, Immersed Computing enables high temperature heat reuse.

Asperitas Startup Brings Immersive Cooling to Datacenters

Today Dutch startup Asperitas rolled out Immersed Computing cooling technology for datacenters. “The company’s first market ready solution, the AIC24, ‘the first water-cooled oil-immersion system which relies on natural convection for circulation of the dielectric liquid.’ This results in a fully self-contained and Plug and Play modular system. The AIC24 needs far less infrastructure than any other liquid installation, saving energy and costs on all levels of datacentre operations. The AIC24 is the most sustainable solution available for IT environments today. Ensuring the highest possible efficiency in availability, energy reduction and reuse, while increasing capacity. Greatly improving density, while saving energy at the same time.”

CoolIT Systems Issued U.S. Patent for Modular Heat-Transfer Solutions

“U.S. Patent 9,496,200 protects the invention of utilizing a modular, building block approach for datacenter cooling with direct contact liquid cooling,” said Geoff Lyon CEO, CoolIT Systems. “CoolIT’s commitment to developing and patenting unique solutions provides our customers with the assured competitive advantage they are looking for. The 60 patent milestone adds confirmation to CoolIT’s leadership in developing innovative liquid cooling solutions for modern data centers.”

Asetek Achieves 200 Million Hours of Fault-Free Pump Operations at DataCenters

Today Asetek announced that its server pump has achieved 200 million hours of reliable operation in real world use. Installed at end-user locations as diverse as Singapore and Norway, Asetek pumps have run fault-free for the equivalent of 22,000 years. “To date, we have not had a single server pump failure at any of our data center installations around the world,” said Mette Nørmølle, Vice President of Engineering. “Our low-pressure architecture is the key to enabling a cost-effective solution that is relied on by data centers demanding unrivaled performance and maximum uptime.”