JetCool Expands to Europe and Asia, Enhancing Global Liquid Cooling Solutions

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DateMay 20, 2024

Amidst growing demand, JetCool has increased its manufacturing capabilities by 20x year-over-year to meet the surge in orders for its advanced cooling solutions. Central to this expansion is the SmartPlate System, a self-contained liquid cooling system designed to maintain the peak performance of high-density servers without downtime. This expansion is a response to customer demands for standardized IT infrastructure using JetCool’s SmartPlate System in facilities across the U.S., Europe, and Asia. SmartPlate System not only significantly lowers CPU temperatures and reduces power consumption but also eliminates the need for costly facility modifications.

Innovative Features of the SmartPlate System:

Enhanced Power Efficiency: Delivers an average of 15% power savings compared to state-of-the-art air-cooled serversTemperature Optimization: Reduces CPU temperatures by up to 10°C, mitigating thermal throttling and extending hardware lifespanCost Efficiency: Offers up to 50% lower upfront costs than conventional liquid-cooled systems, making it a cost-effective solution for data centersHigh-Density Workloads: Deployable in warm environments over 35°C, enabling additional power reductions at the facility level

Dr. Bernie Malouin, CEO of JetCool, highlighted the strategic benefits of the collaboration: “Our collaboration with Dell Technologies and UNICOM Engineering is crucial for broadening our market reach and addressing the urgent needs of regions facing significant power constraints. By integrating our innovative SmartPlate System with Dell PowerEdge servers and leveraging UNICOM Engineering’s global integration and extensive service network, we are not only expanding our global footprint but also delivering energy-efficient cooling solutions where they are needed most. This expansion is pivotal in helping our customers optimize their data center operations under challenging conditions.”

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