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 DanfossCarolyn Ross Large Business Other Energy Technologies We have a wide portfolio of products and components that are relevant for data centers, from the valves to the heat exchangers. Each project is different, and our teams assess which solutions would be best for specific applications. We have offered VZH compressors for many years now, and they are still extremely relevant and currently experiencing a ramp-up in sales.
Our team recommends our VZH for smaller data centers as they can perfectly adapt to the cooling load needed in a specific space, due to their variable speed technology. This is beneficial since to protect the servers, data centers must be kept at very specific, consistent temperatures and humidity at all times. When outdoor temperatures change, the cooling systems must be able to react quickly to stabilize the precise temperatures needed. VZH compressors are also well-suited for free cooling applications like this one.
Due to data centers, high energy demand our customers are very interested in reducing energy consumption in new projects. Together with HiRef, we have made tremendous strides in this project for both energy efficiency and taking advantage of free cooling opportunities. The remaining challenge will be incorporating lower global warming potential refrigerants.
‘Green’ data centers hold enormous potential for the climate and for Danfoss. Some of the relevant regions are North America and China. Next year, Danfoss Nordborg Campus will be CO2 neutral. And, in 2024, reused excess heat from Danfoss' data center will provide 25% of the overall heat supply for the 250,000 square estate. Using the latest technologies for cooling and heat recovery we transform data centers from energy consumers to sources of sustainable energy.
Website: https://www.danfoss.com/en/markets/refrigeration-and-air-conditioning/dcs/packaged-unit/#tab-overview

Email: carolyn.ross@danfoss.com

Phone: 5407172468

Address: 1 Broadway, 5th Floor, Cambridge, MA, 02142, United States
MA
 Fabric8LabsMichael Matthews Small Business Other Energy Technologies Fabric8Labs, Inc. is revolutionizing thermal management solutions through its Cu-based Electro-Chemical Additive Manufacturing (ECAM) process to fabricate heatsinks, cold plates, vapor chambers and other topologically optimized thermal management components of superior performance and cost.

Broadly, the ECAM process provides the following benefits:
• High-Quality Parts – ECAM deposits metal at the atomic level, leading to high-quality parts that require far less post-processing when compared to other additive manufacturing techniques. Testing has demonstrated part densities exceeding 99.7% and surface finishes below 60 micro-inch RMS. Since the process is based on the deposition of metal from a plating bath, highly dense, pore-free deposits are readily achievable.

• Pure Copper Capability – Other metal additive manufacturing processes struggle to manufacture parts in high purity, high conductivity copper due to its reflectivity and high thermal conductivity. Fabric8labs’ ECAM process utilizes the same electroplating techniques developed for electronics manufacturing, allowing ECAM to produce high purity components with ideal thermal and electrical properties.

• Broad Substrate Flexibility – ECAM gives part designers the ability to create free-standing components or deposit copper structures onto existing substrates. This capability enables the potential for a mixed manufacturing model where high-performance thermal structures can be added to existing commodity substrates. For instance, the fabrication of a heat sink element directly onto a vapor chamber as the build substrate has already been demonstrated in an initial feasibility study.

• Low-Cost, Sustainable Manufacturing – ECAM utilizes a liquid chemical electroplating feedstock comprised primarily of metal salts. These materials are sustainably produced and commonly used in many industries at lower costs relative to the powder-based feedstock materials currently utilized by other metal additive manufacturing processes. This lower-cost feedstock leads to a much lower overall cost per part, a significant hurdle for transitioning to additively manufactured components.
Website: www.fabric8labs.com

Email: michael.matthews@fabric8labs.com

Phone: 5626181368

Address: 10788 Roselle Street, San Diego, CA, 92121, United States
CA
 Airflow Sciences CorporationRobert Mudry, P.E. Small Business Building Efficiency Airflow Sciences provides professional engineering services, process design optimization, and advanced research to private sector and government customers in the areas of fluid flow, heat transfer, particulate control, and thermal processing. Since 1975, Airflow has been at the forefront of numerical simulation for the HVAC, automotive, energy, and other industries. Our team has the experience in applying simulation techniques such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to design flow and thermal equipment, and also in developing commercial software (AzoreCFD) and custom software to meet project needs. In addition to engineering and numerical simulation, Airflow Sciences manufactures testing equipment for flow measurement, pressure, temperature, and particulate loading. We also have an experienced team of experimental test engineers who perform laboratory and field flow/thermal testing and optimization.

Regarding this data center cooling and design optimization project, Airflow Sciences can contribute as a team member in the engineering design efforts. This includes CFD modeling, laboratory prototype fabrication and testing, and field testing of data center facilities. This breadth of expertise from one source can provide the tools and design input to meet the project goals.
Website: www.airflowsciences.com

Email: cfd@airflowsciences.com

Phone: 734-525-0300

Address: 12190 Hubbard Street, Livonia, MI, 48150, United States
MI
 Argonne National LaboratoryMoinuddin Ahmed Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Other Energy Technologies Power electronics reliability characterization and failure analysis, modeling and simulation
Website: https://www.anl.gov/amd/electronic-materials-characterization-automation-and-modeling-program

Email: mahmed@anl.gov

Phone: 6302525064

Address: 9700 Cass Ave, Lemont, IL, 60439, United States
IL
 Cascade Energy, Inc.Beth Glynn Large Business Building Efficiency Cascade Energy, Inc. (Cascade) is a leading national provider of industrial energy efficiency services. Founded in 1993, we offer demand side management (DSM) program design and implementation, project-by-project energy engineering services, strategic energy management (SEM) services and software, and corporate energy management.

We implement a custom-project energy efficiency program on behalf of ComEd in Illinois that includes energy efficiency and electrification projects with data centers. Our staff have exceptional industrial systems expertise, relationships with data centers, and relationships with ComEd and other utility programs around the country, which can connect end-users to additional financial incentives provided through utility programming.
Website: www.cascadeenergy.com

Email: beth.glynn@cascadeenergy.com

Phone: 503-928-7385

Address: 123 NE Third Ave. Suite 400, Portland, OR, 97232, United States
OR
 EOS of North America Inc.Spencer Thompson Small Business Other Energy Technologies EOS North America Inc. is the North American branch of EOS GmbH, which is an industrial Additive Manufacturing (AM, 3D printing) machine OEM. We have the largest install base of production scale metal and polymer systems and over 30 years of experience in machine, powder, laser interactions.

Additive Manufacturing can create novel designs using a wide range of materials, where the part can more closely be made for its purpose, rather than it's method of manufacturing. As part of a team, we could educate the members on state of the art design guidelines and materials/best practices, optimize the design of potential cooling systems for additive, and help understand production scaling with additive systems. Through our large network of US based contract manufacturers, we can help transfer this solution from the lab to the production floor.
Website: https://www.eos.info/en/additive-manufacturing

Email: spencer.thompson@eos-na.com

Phone: 5125956904

Address: 3813 Helios Way, Pflugerville, TX, 78660-____, United States
TX
 University of VirginiaKeivan Esfarjani Academic Power Generation: Renewable Keivan Esfarjani is a computational materials scientist with a PhD degree in physics. He has a strong background in physics, materials science and mechanical engineering; has taught several courses including undergraduate thermodynamics, heat transfer, renewable energies, and computational methods, and graduate level nanoscale heat transfer and thermomechanics.
His expertise is in modeling transport phenomena, namely thermal conductivity of solids and thermoelectric and thermionic effects.
He has used with great success first-principles methods to compute the thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, Seebeck and Nernst coefficient of several materials; has designed thermionic devices and strategies to improve thermoelectric performance of materials.
He has also designed efficient dry-cooling technologies for data centers, using concepts from thermal radiation, gas expansion, and energy storage.
Website: https://engineering.virginia.edu/faculty/keivan-esfarjani

Email: k1@virginia.edu

Phone: (434) 924 8029

Address: Dept of Mechanical Engineering, UVa, 122 Engineer's Way, Charlottesville, VA, 22904, United States
VA
 Hunt EnergyJames Hancock Large Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear Hunt Energy is currently developing energy efficient applications in the compute cooing space, and also supports large scale: grid, energy production, and energy storage applications.
Website: https://www.huntenergyenterprises.com/

Email: jhancock@huntenergy.com

Phone: 9452693966

Address: 1900 N Akard St Ste 100, Dallas, TX, 75201, United States
TX
 Purdue UniversityXiulin Ruan Academic Other Energy Technologies Dr. Xiulin Ruan is a professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University. He has significant expertise in heat conduction, thermal radiation, machine learning, and modeling: (1) In heat conduction, he has developed atomistic simulation methods for thermal conductivity of bulk materials and thermal transport across interfaces. His four-phonon scattering theory has proven to be important for both ultra-high thermal conductivity materials and ultra-low thermal conductivity crystals. He has invented graphene foam-based thermal switches and dynamically anisotropic materials. (2) In thermal radiation he has invented ultra-white radiative cooling paints, which earn a Guinness World Record of the "Whitest Paint" and can cool surfaces below the ambient temperature under direct sunlight without consuming power. This viable, high-performance and low cost passive cooling technology could be used to cool enclosures of outdoor electric equipment such as modular data centers. (3) His team has developed machine learning approaches to design materials with tailored thermal conductivity or thermal emissivity. (4) He has extensive experience in other modeling research such as the impact of radiative cooling paints on energy savings of building envelopes.
Website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/NANOENERGY/

Email: ruan@purdue.edu

Phone: 765-494-5721

Address: School of Mechanical Engineering, 585 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN, 47906, United States
IN
 8CMT5Matthew Mark Venezia Large Business Other Energy Technologies DRAFT
Website: http://8cmt5.com

Email: ceo@mi2holdings.com

Phone: 703-677-8901

Address: 1705 LOCUST STREET, NORRISTOWN, PA, 19401, United States
PA
 University of Central FloridaYoav Peles Academic Other Energy Technologies I have been studying convective heat transfer for more than 25 years, with an emphasis on the micro-scale. My research interest, which is focused on thermal management of devices and systems, includes flow boiling heat transfer, flow condensation, single-phase flow, supercritical flow, and heat transfer enhancement techniques.
Website: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=lzFHtsAAAAAJ&hl=en

Email: Yoav.Peles@ucf.edu

Phone: 407 823-2038

Address: 12760 Pegasus Drive, Orlando, FL, 32816, United States
FL
 Siemens Corporation, TechnologyElaine Tang Large Business Other Energy Technologies Siemens Technology (ST) develops integrated computational design and performance engineering tools to understand the optimal design, operation and performance forecasts for various application domains (e.g. infrastructure, energy, healthcare). ST develops tools and methodologies through the transformative power of simulation and machine learning for product and process engineering along the entire value chain of advanced production systems. ST is part of the research team behind the industry-leading Siemens NX system for CAD/M/E and has extensive experience in developing innovative technologies for modeling and simulation, analysis and optimization of complex systems, design for manufacturing (e.g. additive), generative design, parametric and topology optimization, meta-material design, design space construction/exploration, multi-physics and multi-scale simulation, manufacturing process simulation, and digital twin.
Website: www.siemens.com

Email: tszling.tang@siemens.com

Phone: (609) 216-3385

Address: 755 College Road East, Princeton, NJ, 08540, United States
NJ
 MAD ENERGY DATA CENTERS LLCbyran ingram Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear Supporting sister company (ADACEN Inc.) in FOA effort with a focus on providing POWER under Technology Category D of the FOA.
Website: www.madenergy.com

Email: byran@madenergy.com

Phone: 310-909-6726

Address: 414 Church Street Suite 308. Sandpoint, ID, 83864, Sandpoint, ID, 83864, United States
ID
 Oklahoma State UniversityHitesh D. Vora Academic Building Efficiency Dr. Hitesh D. Vora is an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering Technology. He received his Ph.D. and master's from the University of North Texas in Materials Science & Engineering (in 2013) and Mechanical Engineering Technology (in 2008), respectively. Dr. Vora is a director of the Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) at Oklahoma State University, which is funded by the US Department of Energy (DOE). He is actively teaching and pursuing research in Smart manufacturing as well as energy management to improve energy efficiency for small to medium-sized manufacturers. He is an Executive Board Member & Student Chapter Director, Association of Energy Engineers – Oklahoma Chapter (AEEOK), 2019 – Present. Dr. Vora is also a Faculty Advisor for the Oklahoma Association of Energy Engineers (AEEOK OSU Student Chapter), and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME OSU Student Chapter). Dr. Vora has a long-time partnership in helping small and medium-size manufacturers by providing energy assessments to help save energy and cost in our region (Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, and north-northwest Texas) through his Industrial Assessment Center. The main mission of his center is to save clients’ energy and to train students as energy engineers (land-grant mission). OSU IAC has successfully performed just over 1000+ industrial assessments, all at no cost to our clients. Overall, the DOE-led IACs have accomplished a cost saving of more than $4.5 billion and our OSU IAC program contributed the saving of $130 million since 1982. This is a huge boost in the economic development of our territory and would not be possible without our stakeholders.
Website: https://ceat.okstate.edu/det/iac/

Email: hitesh.vora@okstate.edu

Phone: 4057449578

Address: 559 Engineering North, Mechanical Engg. Tech., Division of Engineering Technology, Stillwater, OK, 74078-0001, United States
OK
 Istanbul Technical UniversityHamza Salih Erden Academic Other Energy Technologies Dr. Erden received his B.S. degree from Istanbul Technical University in Mechanical Engineering; M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Syracuse University in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He is currently a faculty member at Istanbul Technical University, where he leads a graduate-level teaching track and research program titled “Thermal Systems in Cloud Infrastructure” at the Informatics Institute. His current and past research is on developing models and experiments for the investigation of the indoor thermal environment, power, and cooling infrastructure, particularly with the focus on innovative cooling systems to reduce the carbon footprint of data centers. He has capabilities in programming, CFD, and other reduced-order thermodynamic modeling tools. Dr. Erden also conducted various experimental investigations in simulated and real data center environments using tools for temperature, velocity, pressure, and power measurements. His research group has undergraduate and graduate student members and collaborators from different backgrounds working on various subjects concerning data centers such as transient thermal response, free cooling methods, on-site power and cooling, waste heat recovery, energy-efficient cooling, demand response, optimization, machine learning, image processing, thermal environmental modeling and measurements. As an active member of ASHRAE, ASME, and IEEE, and an active reviewer for more than 15 international journals in the area and electronic packaging community conferences of IEEE ITHERM and ASME InterPACK, Dr. Erden authored and co-authored more than 30 journals and conference papers and received the 2015 ASHRAE Willis H. Carrier Award.
Website: https://web.itu.edu.tr/erdenh/

Email: erdenh@itu.edu.tr

Phone: +902122856648

Address: Resitpasa Mah. ITU Ayazaga Kampusu, Bilisim Enstitusu, Istanbul, 34469, Turkey
 
 Boyd Corp.Nelson Gernert Large Business Other Energy Technologies Boyd is the world's leading innovator in sustainable engineered material and thermal solutions that make our customers’ products better, safer, faster, and more reliable. We develop and combine technologies to solve ambitious performance targets in our customers’ most critical applications. By implementing technologies and material science in novel ways to seal, protect, cool, and interface, Boyd has continually redefined the possible and championed customer success for over 90 years.

Innovation demands for smaller, lighter, and faster technologies with intuitive new features compete with the need for more sustainable solutions. More smart functionality operating faster in tighter spaces with more sophisticated interfaces mean increased power density and more heat, electrical, and mechanical challenges. Adding further complexity, devices are used in unpredictable environments with harsh conditions and must be contaminant and waterproof, insulated against temperature extremes, and ruggedized. Not only are we determined to find solutions to these challenges, Boyd strives to simplify where possible and create the most wholistic, effective, and sustainable solutions.
Website: https://www.boydcorp.com/

Email: nelson.gernert@boydcorp.com

Phone: 7173417121

Address: 780 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA, 17022, United States
PA
 Wyoming Hyperscale White Box LLCTrenton K Thornock Small Business Other Energy Technologies The Aspen Mountain Project is a hyperscale data center project near Evanston, Wyoming, in unincorporated Uinta County on 58.1 acres of private land. Lumen and T-Mobile are contracted to build long-haul fiber network nodes on four physically diverse, existing network splice points. Physical security will include federal grade exclusion fencing within a wide private property buffer. Backup generation will provide uptime in the event of broader grid disruptions. The facility is fully permitted for construction and operation by Uinta County and State of Wyoming DEQ/Industrial Siting Division. Rocky Mountain Power is contracted to supply 120MW via new 138kV transmission line under construction from existing switchgear accessing 500MW+ renewable wind generation. Aspen Mountain is also 37 miles southwest of the planned TerraPower advanced nuclear development in Kemmerer, Wyoming, and connected to the same grid.

Aspen Mountain will deliver the nation’s first hyperscale data center with a design PUE of 1.08 via ultra-green, next-gen cooling systems. PUE is the total facility power divided by the IT equipment power, widely critiqued by energy efficiency experts. For data centers, this is a measure of the actual power that reaches the server racks, while the rest would be lost to facility infrastructure. As a result, Wyoming Hyperscale White Box LLC is holding its data centers to an efficiency standard that far exceeds industry norms and introduces higher efficiency levels for operations than exist anywhere at this scale.

Phase I of the project seeks construction of 30MW of critical IT load, comprise of three 10MW server vaults. Each server vault is about 13,000 square feet. A dedicated on-site substation will have a 120MW design capacity for future expansion. Dielectric liquid submersible server racks increase the density of computational power up to maximum 100kW per 42U rack equivalent, minimizing the project footprint and decreasing the capital cost to less than half that of comparable cold plate high-performance computing facilities.

Aspen Mountain will be the first geothermal coupled data center, compliant with new LEED GOLD v4.1 BD+C standards. A wellfield consisting of 14 production wells will produce between 500-1000 gallons per minute from the highly productive Bridger and Wasatch geologic formations. A six well injection wellfield ensures that 100% of the water drawn from the aquifer returns to the earth in an unbroken cycle. Zero HFC's on site.
Website: https://wyominghyperscalewhitebox.com

Email: trenton.thornock@wyominghyperscalewhitebox.com

Phone: 7136706944

Address: 1368 Ebony Ln, Houston, TX, 77018, United States
TX
 OPMTony DeCarmine Small Business Other Energy Technologies Solution provider focused on PEKK based solutions. Nano-coatings for surface modification (corrosion protection, interface modification, biological and nuclear applications). 3DP PBF PEKK parts. Conventional process forms. Systems under evaluation at SNL & ORNL.
Website: www.oxfordpm.com

Email: tdecarmine@oxfordpm.com

Phone: 860.977.1710

Address: 30 South Satellite Rd, South Windsor, CT, 06074, United States
CT
 ChilldyneDr. Steve Harrington Small Business Other Energy Technologies Chilldyne provides worry free liquid cooling exclusively to data centers. Chilldyne’s systems run under negative pressure to eliminate leaks and they include failure tolerance and backup systems so that no single point failure can reduce uptime. Chilldyne's direct to chip technology and use of pure water for cooling offers the best thermal performance of any currently deployed liquid cooling. This saves energy, reduces expenses and increases server life. Chilldyne has over 9000 cold plates in service at 4 locations, with no leaks onto any server. Chilldyne’s engineers are experts in thermodynamics and fluid dynamics, having developed rocket fuel pumps and cooling systems for NASA and DARPA.
Website: www.chilldyne.com

Email: joy.salvatin@chilldyne.com

Phone: 7607959165

Address: 5900 Sea Lion Place, STE 150, Carlsbad, CA, 92010, United States
CA
 Purdue UniversityAmy Marconnet Academic Other Energy Technologies Research in the MTEC Lab intersects heat transfer, energy conversion, and materials science to enable advances in technologies where energy conversion and thermal transport are key factors in performance. Prof. Marconnet has developed an interdisciplinary research program to evaluate, understand, and control the physical mechanisms governing the multi-functional properties of materials, machines, and systems. Cross-cutting all the specific research directions, work in the MTEC lab focuses on
(1) Design, development, and validation of novel experimental metrology tools for characterizing multi-functional properties of materials across length and temperature scales;
(2) Enhanced understanding and control of fundamental transport and energy conversion mechanisms through multi-scale computational modeling; and
(3) Strategic, physics-based design and development of materials with multi-functional capabilities
The combined experimental and computational research approach enables the MTEC lab to make contributions across a range of fields including materials discovery, high power dissipation energy storage, mobile and high-powered electronics cooling, and renewable energy and green buildings.
Website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/MTEC

Email: marconnet@purdue.edu

Phone: 7654945212

Address: 585 Purdue Mall, ME 2151, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN, 47907, United States
IN
 University of Central FloridaShawn Putnam Academic Other Energy Technologies Dr. Putnam is an associate professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at the University of Central Florida (UCF). His expertise spans a multidisciplinary skill set in thermo-fluid sciences, optical metrology, and materials science and engineering. He received his BS in Physics from the Univ. of Minnesota, Duluth and his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2007. Before joining UCF, he served as the lead thermal and materials scientist at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton OH. Dr. Putnam's research for the last two decades has focused on interfacial heat and mass transport, where his group's most recent efforts have studied confined jet impingement cooling, pulsed spray cooling, thermal conductivity and HTC characterization, and flexible pulsating heat pipes.

This teaming partnership is envisioned to tie his current interests with external and/or embedded, piezo-actuated pulsed spray cooling architectures for cooling 3D IC systems. The piezo-actuated spray cooling architectures facilitate not only flash boiling enhancements but are also ideal for active feedback and thermofluid control methodologies based on AI (and/or ML) assisted consensus-based control allocation algorithms. Dr. Yunjun Xu (MAE, UCF) is the key collaborative expert for data center cooling with real-time feedback and control.
Website: www.putnamlabs.com

Email: shawn.putnam@ucf.edu

Phone: 407-496-1011

Address: 4000 Central FL Blvd., Oviedo, FL, 32816, United States
FL
 Rochester Institute of TechnologySatish Kandlikar Academic Other Energy Technologies We have a developed a high heat flux cooler to dissipate large heat fluxes from CPU of 1U and 2U servers. Our coolers are able to fit over the CPU in these servers and use the cooling water supply. The patent-pending technology has been shown to cool CPUs in current 1U servers and show great promise in further extending cooling capability to meet the future cooling needs. The water side pressure drop is only a fraction of the microchannel coolers, while the performance is significantly higher.
Website: https://www.rit.edu/facilities/thermal-analysis-microfluidics-and-fuel-cell-laboratory

Email: sgkeme@rit.edu

Phone: 585-475-6728

Address: 76 Lomb Memorial Dr, Rochester, NY, 14618, United States
NY
 Skyhaven SystemsDesiree Kettell Small Business Other Energy Technologies Skyhaven Systems, LLC is a specialty research and development firm that focuses on solving critical US Government needs in the Defense, Energy, Aerospace, and Environmental sectors. With the firm’s headquarters located in Steamboat Springs, CO and its main research and development laboratories located in Westford, MA, the firm applies advanced electrochemical engineering and science principles to solve technical problems of concern to the Government including the Department of Defense, NASA, Environmental Protection Agency, National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, USDA, NIH, and the Centers for Disease Control. Skyhaven Systems is a privately held limited liability company formed in 2017 that has merged its former business, Reactive Innovations, LLC, into its new operations. The Firm owns a 4200 ft2 facility in Westford, MA where it conducts its primary research and development activities along with light manufacturing.

Skyhaven has extensive experience in the field of thermal management and cooling devices. The technologies that Skyhaven has developed include loop heat pipes, phase change material heat exchangers, thermal energy storage systems, and thermal management interface materials.
Website: http://skyhavensystems.com/

Email: dkettell@skyhavensystems.com

Phone: 978-692-4664

Address: 2 Park drive, Unit 4, Westford, MA, 01886, United States
MA
 Neurok Thermocon Inc.Vadim Asadov Small Business Other Energy Technologies We provide carbon-neutral passive direct-to-chip two phase cooling solutions for data centers, supercomputers and a wide range of electronics applications. Originated from the aerospace industry, Loop Heat Pipes (LHP) is the most efficient way to move heat from inside electronics to outside areas. Specifically to move heat from inside servers and switches to the data center facility hall area.

We can handle up to 1kW of heat to cover existing and next generations (2023 - 2025) chips. And we can work in both configurations:
 - LHP-2-Air when heat moving out of data center hall by air
 - LHP-2-Water when heat moves out of the data center hall by water (water going in and out "as is")
No pollution or leakage possible because of LHP internal capillary structure and negative pressure. And no maintenance is needed for 10+ years.

Our LHP manufacturing process is very adaptive and we can provide LHP which will work everywhere with a given range of temperature.

Our team includes an inventor of LHP and a group of engineers with experience in both Aerospace and Data Center industries. We have been working with LHP technology since 1963. We have generated a number of patents and know how already and continue to develop multiple approaches and LHP  modifications to keep our technology at the edge of the industrial progress.
Website: www.lhpdc.com

Email: asadov@neurok.com

Phone: 858 405 9128

Address: 4241 Jutland Drive, Suite 215, San Diego, CA, 92117, United States
CA
 NvidiaAli Heydari Large Business Other Energy Technologies Over the last decade, Nvidia hardware has become synonymous with cutting-edge graphics and high performance computing. Nvidia GPUs have become the gold standard for accelerated workloads like analytics, artificial intelligence, and scientific computing. In fact, Nvidia recently set records at TOP500 and the Green500 supercomputing lists, a series of tests designed to measure the performance of AI compute platforms. Nvidia controls over 90% of the market for supercomputer accelerators.
Nvidia DGX SuperPOD is an AI data center infrastructure platform that enables IT to deliver performance- without compromise- for every user and workload. DGX SuperPOD offers leadership-class accelerated infrastructure and agile, scalable performance for most challenging AI and high performance computing (HPC) workloads, with industry-proven results.
Nvidia Data Center Engineering has created advances in high heat density cooling of data centers products using air, single phase and two phase direct to chip pumped refrigeration cooling solutions capable of managing high heat density racks of IT with extremely low data center PUE/TUE/WUE metrics capable of managing chip cooling of order of several kilowatts of heat dissipations per processor.
Website: www.nvidia.com

Email: aheydari@nvidia.com

Phone: 5103337730

Address: 2788 San Tomas Expressway, Santa Clara, CA, 95051, United States
CA
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