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  • EVGA releases closed loop liquid cooling CPU coolers

    EVGA announced several new projects at this year's CES2017 and the release that has drawn a lot of attention is the new EVGA CLC 120 (single fan) and CLC280 (dual fan) Liquid CPU Coolers, which are closed loop liquid cooling systems with built in fans. details>>
  • Aavid Thermacore technology cooling satellite photographing the sun

    Aavid Thermacore, a subsidiary of Aavid Corporation based in the northeast of England, will have its k-Core Annealed Pyrolytic Graphite technology on the European Space Agency's Solar Orbiter that is tasked with a deep space mission to take photographs of the sun. details>>
  • Cambridge Nanotherm claims it has solution to cooling CSP LED

    Cambridge Nanotherm recently announced that its Nanotherm LC thermal management solution has solved the unique thermal challenges of chip-scale packaged (CSP) light-emitting diodes (LED) that are caused by the CSP being soldered directly onto a printed circuit board (PCB). details>>
  • Vertiv using machine learning to automate data center cooling

    Vertiv, formerly Emerson Power Network, has announced that it has developed Liebert iCOM Autotuning, which is machine learning software that will enhance the reliability, efficiency, and lifespan of data center cooling systems. details>>
  • ANSYS releases version 18 of its computer-aided engineering software

    ANSYS announced the latest iteration of its engineering simulation software, ANSYS 18, with promises that it could be run by novice and highly experienced engineers and would include features that allow the software to simulate the entire process from upfront design to downstream operation and maintenance of products. details>>
  • LinkedIn pumps water into server racks to cool data centers

    In a wide-ranging interview about social media site LinkedIn's data center infrastructure and computing processes, John Dix of Network World addressed the thermal management requirements of the server farms that LinkedIn operates in Texas, Virginia, Oregon, and in Singapore. details>>
  • Article explores the thermal challenges in wireless charging

    A recent article from Electronics Cooling Magazine takes a look at the thermal challenges that are inherent to new wireless charging technologies, such as those for smartphones or the laptop charger that was introduced by Dell at CES 2017. details>>
  • Engineers create artificial skin that feels temperature changes

    Engineers at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) and ETH Zurich have discovered the means to create artificial skin that detects temperature changes by emitting an electrical response, details>>
  • LG promises new phone will not overheat because of heat pipes

    In the wake of exploding batteries that plagued Samsung in the fall, mobile phone manufacturers are going out of their way to assure consumers of the safety of their products and that the proper thermal management was implemented. details>>
  • Professor uses thermal engineering background to design coffee mug

    A professor in the University of Missouri Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department and director of the College of Engineering Center for Thermal Management, turned his love for coffee and his frustration at keeping his daily Starbucks coffee at the right temperature for a longer period of time. details>>
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