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July 24, 2012
ROCHESTER, Minn., July 23 -- In a move to exploit its total liquid submersion patent portfolio, Hardcore Computer, Inc., announced today their new corporate name, LiquidCool Solutions. LiquidCool -- arising from its flagship technologies -- reflects the company's new strategic vision of integrating and licensing its liquid cool submersion technologies for high-growth applications.
Addressing the needs of technology groups such as enterprise IT and telecommunications products, LiquidCool will leverage its expertise in outsourced and collaborative research and development to solve heat transfer problems in or related to electronic devices. LiquidCool's lauded award winning total liquid submersion technologies have a strong history of providing unmatched performance computing gains that enable over-clock CPUs to run faster, cooler and longer than traditional fan-cooled systems.
The key advantage of LiquidCool's patented liquid cooling technology is the use of its dielectric fluid for plug and play solutions that deliver precise intelligent and direct cooling suitable for mass-market applications. The market for LiquidCool's direct cooling for computing systems has grown significantly in recent years, particularly in the server and data center markets. LiquidCool also plans to explore applications in alternative market segments such as automotive and consumer electronics. LiquidCool inventions are applicable to these market segments and are readily transferable into existing manufacturing systems.
"The name LiquidCool connects the company to our heritage of pioneering total liquid submersion cooling for electronics and calls attention to our continued advancements in cooling innovations," said Rick Tufty, Vice President of Engineering, LiquidCool Solutions. "With a powerful IP portfolio and a continued focus on breakthrough research and development in cooling technologies, LiquidCool is positioned to deliver market-leading performance for a variety of markets."
Companies interested in finding out more about LiquidCool technologies or terms for a license should call 866-530-0101.
About LiquidCool Solutions
LiquidCool is an R&D company with an extensive patent portfolio for technologies related to total liquid submersion cooling. LiquidCool's proprietary technology and recognized expertise offers a range of markets exceptional value-driven solutions for precision immersion cooling.
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