CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 14, 2017 — CoolIT Systems (CoolIT), a global leader in energy efficient liquid cooling solutions for HPC, Cloud and Hyperscale markets, today announced a liquid cooling solution to support Intel Compute Module HNS2600BPB (Buchanan Pass).
CoolIT has developed an innovative Rack DCLC coldplate solution featuring patented Split-Flow design, for Intel Buchanan Pass. The liquid cooling solution for this 2U, four node server manages heat from the dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors (Skylake), voltage regulators, and memory. A sample of the DCLC enabled Buchanan Pass server will be showcased by CoolIT during SC17 from November 13-16 in Denver, Colorado (booth 1601).
“When Intel approached us to support this server with a high efficiency liquid cooling solution, our team was excited to accept the challenge,” says CoolIT Systems VP of Product Marketing, Patrick McGinn. “This tightly integrated solution creates a very dense, energy saving platform that showcases how liquid cooling can be implemented without sacrificing serviceability.”
CoolIT’s Rack DCLC technology has quickly become the leading choice for tier 1 server OEM’s around the world. With the highest performing coldplates on the market, HPC data centers around the world are using CoolIT technology to enable higher performance servers, increase rack density, and lower their total cost of ownership.
About CoolIT Systems
CoolIT Systems, Inc. is a world leader in energy efficient liquid cooling technology for the Data Center, Server and Desktop markets. CoolIT’s Rack DCLC platform is a modular, rack-based, advanced cooling solution that allows for dramatic increases in rack densities, component performance, and power efficiencies. The technology can be deployed with any server and in any rack making it a truly flexible solution. For more information about CoolIT Systems and its technology, visit www.coolitsystems.com.
About Supercomputing Conference (SC17)
Established in 1988, the annual SC conference continues to grow steadily in size and impact each year. Approximately 5,000 people participate in the technical program, with about 11,000 people overall. SC has built a diverse community of participants including researchers, scientists, application developers, computing center staff and management, computing industry staff, agency program managers, journalists, and congressional staffers. This diversity is one of the conference’s main strengths, making it a yearly “must attend” forum for stakeholders throughout the technical computing community. For more information, visit http://sc17.supercomputing.org/.
Source: CoolIT Systems