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Tara Rice | January 2008

New Liquid “Kooling” Technology Improves PC and Server Performance


challenge

heat threatens the performance of individual pcs and entire server farms used by hosting providers and isps. as processor power has increased, heat levels have risen and traditional air-cooling methods are becoming less effective. koolance, a privately owned company with headquarters in the us and an office in korea, is using innovtive liquid cooling technology to prevent heat-related computer problems. and since water and electronics don't mix, the company uses advanced coupling from colder products company (cpc) to ensure the safety of its closed-system technology.

solution

the company's compact, user-friendly liquid cooling systems absorbs more heat than air, and at a faster rate. in fact, the thermal conductivity of water is about 30 times greater than that of air. the company's latest innovation, the exos ™ - is the world's first professional self-contained external pc cooling syste.

to ensure that the self-contained system stays "self-contained", the exos system uses couplings from colder products company. the coupling ensure easy, safe and secure connection and disconnection. shut-off valves in both coupling body and insert prevent spilage upon disconnection, and allow high flow upon connection.

results

the connections on the exos provide levels of safety and user convenience that truely differentiates the product. the cpc couplings also support koolance's goal to simplify installation for users. a unique thumb latch design on the coupling produces an audible "click" when a secure connection has been made. this provides novice and expert users alike with assurance that liquid will not leak from the system.

the couplings are supporting koolance's strategic objective to support the needs of web hosting companies, isps, audio and video production studios, and avid gamers.

colder products company, 1001 westgate drive, st. paul, mn 55114 usa


• 651-645-0091 • fax: 651-645-5404 • web: www.colder.com

copyright 2005 by colder products company. all rights reserved. colder products company, colder products and cpc are registered trademarks with the us patent & trademark office.

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