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Sealed computing changes the data center game. Sealed computing removes the need to provide maintenance access to physical servers, and allows the white space to be removed from the server room floor. Servers can be tightly packed into smaller locations resulting in significantly higher density designs than are available today. Server rooms can be located almost anywhere where clean power and reliable networking are available. Servers are typically installed in commodity spaces with a low cost per server footprint because a server room no longer needs raised floors and intense air handling.
Liquid cooled two-phase immersion servers use dry coolers and outside air to keep servers cool. No compressive or evaporative cooling is required, greatly simplifying and improving server operations.
HyperCool servers are optimized as hosts for virtualized computing and the software defined datacenter.
Computer installations can take advantage of non-traditional locations for data centers that include standard office space, warehouses, and other locations without the need for raised floor installation.
Cooler servers last long. Liquid two-phase cooling creates a stable temperature of about 56C for all components including CPU, GPU, and motherboard. This gentle temperature promotes more stable operation and longer server lifetimes.
HyperCool servers are an unbeatable combination of ideas whose time has come. Stand out from the crowd. Dare to lead your organization to the next level of high-tech low impact solutions.
Increase server density 3x to 4x the current “high-density” designs.
Increase physical as well as EMI/RFI security.
Reduce cooling costs by 25% to 95%.
Reduce of labor costs associated with computer service.
Make geothermal cooling of servers practical
Allow for lights-out data centers located outside traditional urban areas
Allow for non-traditional very low cost data center designs