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June 2012

CoolIT Systems Releases Rack Direct Contact Liquid Cooling for HPC Clusters and Data Centers

coolit_systems_rack-dclc2_800  calgary, ab – june 12, 2012 – coolit systems, the world’s leading supplier of reliable and customizable liquid cooling solutions for computers announced today that it has now extended its offering to include solutions for the increasing performance and density challenges that hpc clusters and data centers are facing. specifically targeting the thermal management issues of today’s data centers, coolit’s rack direct contact liquid cooling (rack dclc) technology offers unparalleled cooling performance that allows for a combination of increased density and decreased power usage. the rack dclc, like all of coolit’s products, can be adapted to suit specific customer needs, making it a great fit and essential upgrade in any data center environment.

dclc moves the heat generated by today’s high performance processors efficiently by circulating liquid directly across the cpu. coolit’s patented pure copper micro-channel technology allows for the exceptional absorption of heat, which is then transported away from temperature sensitive components using liquid. coolit’s dclc technology eliminates the limitations presented by air-cooling and delivers products that will grow with processing demands and meet even the most aggressive performance, efficiency and density targets.

“industry leaders like ibm and fujitsu have demonstrated the performance and efficiency benefits of liquid cooling in their flagship hpc offerings. what we are doing is producing technology that, for the first time, allows smaller innovative hpc vendors to deliver ultra dense, high performance systems one rack at a time” geoff lyon, cto, ceo of coolit systems.

coolit’s rack dclc design works within existing infrastructure and is economical, sustainable and offers the lowest cooling costs available. the system is scalable so you can add liquid cooling modules as you add servers and eliminate the additional demands on the existing system as you expand. for more information, please visit the data center solution page on our new website:
http://www.coolitsystems.com/index.php/ ... enter.html

about coolit systems

coolit systems has been dedicated to the invention and design of state-of-the-art cooling technology since 2001. with over 40 patents, high quality design, manufacturing, serviceability and a reputation that is synonymous with breakthrough thermal management solutions, coolit connects customers with design possibilities and exceptional performance results that only coolit's direct contact liquid cooling (dclc) can provide.

through proud collaboration with industry leaders like apple, dell, delphi, hp, intel, amd and others, the maintenance free liquid cooling technology has become a staple of today's high performance desktop computer and is destined to become the thermal management foundation in the world of data centers.


contact: barbara massolin    
3920 29 street ne,
calgary, alberta t1y 6b6
(403) 235-4895

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