Liquid Cooling + Sealed Computing + No A/C + Cool to Last = Amazing TCO
HyperCool is challenging the status quo of data centers with clean-sheet server implementation designs that improve most every aspect of data center computing. HyperCool servers are an unbeatable combination of ideas whose time has come. Liquid cooling delivers dramatic thermodynamic benefits and ushers in the era of sealed computing units with no user-serviceable parts. Sealed computing reduces the human intervention costs of servers and makes it possible to put servers other places besides environmentally controlled server rooms. Two-phase liquid cooling provides compressor-less cooling and even offers cooler server temperatures that can lengthen the life of servers. Tying all of these benefits together is the rising use of virtualized infrastructures make server failure a non-event.
And regarding efficiency - the PUE of datacenters is currently calculated assuming that all of the power used inside a server case goes to computing. Wrong. Air-cooled servers have fans inside the case that don’t add a thing to IT capabilities – except hot air and noise. With no energy wasting fans inside the server box, HyperCool servers may actually have a true PUE less than 1.0. Not only is that environmentally friendly – it’s pocketbook friendly!