Asperitas and 2CRSI Announce Immersed Computing Partnership

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Today Dutch cleantech company Asperitas and French IT specialists 2CRSI announced a partnership on Immersed Computing.

Asperitas is focused on partnerships and 2CRSI is offering excellence in server design and engineering which is unprecedented,” said Rolf Brink, Founder and CEO of Asperitas. “With the combination of 2CRSI and Asperitas’ Immersed Computing, we will be able to deliver sustainable integrated high performance solutions for our customers at a whole new level.”

Asperitas and 2CRSI are working on the integration of the Asperitas Immersed Computing solutions in the existing portfolio of hardware solutions of 2CRSI and developing new cutting edge server solutions for Immersed Computing to be offered to customers with high performance requirements.

Immersed Computing is an award winning solutions portfolio developed by Asperitas. The solutions portfolio is based on total liquid cooling (immersion). Asperitas’ first solution, a plug and play datacenter in a box solution, was launched in 2017. Since Asperitas launched their solution they have received numerous international awards for their sustainability and positive impact, including the Europas Greentech Startup of 2018 and Global Change Maker awards by the Herald and Innovators Magazine. Asperitas deployed several installations including a high density 300 kW dedicated Immersed Computing facility in Eindhoven in The Netherlands. Their mission is to enable sustainable, efficient and flexible datacenters anywhere, including high density datacenters for emerging digital technologies.

It is part of our DNA to develop cutting edge technologies with a focus on Green IT solutions,” said Alain Wilmouth, Founder and CEO of 2CRSI. “Immersed Computing opens a new chapter to improve datacenter cooling by lowering costs and increasing efficiency of infrastructures. With the hardware expertise of 2CRSi coupled with the Immersion cooling expertise of Asperitas, we are developing the computing of tomorrow.”

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