HyperCool²™ System

Designed by a veteran team in Israel and enabled by 14 patent-pending innovations, HyperCool²™ alleviates cooling boundaries at the chip, server, rack, POD and data center levels. At its core is the direct-on-chip Enhanced Nucleation Evaporator (ENE), a single, closed-loop, two-phase, waterless liquid cooling solution that yields unparalleled heat dissipation at the chip level. Unlike water-based solutions, HyperCool² leverages a safe, non-conductive, refrigerant. It is a complete hardware system, enhanced by a software-defined-cooling platform. Combined it is a low-pressure system that triples computing densities on a third of the footprint consistently, in any climate. By reducing the design to commissioning cycle and halving costs, return on investments are accelerated and real estate assets maximized.

Ideal For:

  • High power CPUs/GPUs
  • Server hotspots
  • High performance computing applications
    • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
    • 5G networks
    • Autonomous vehicles
  • High power density racks & DC
  • DC retrofits, new builds and EDGE computing

The HyperCool² System is Comprised of:

Server Kit with Enhanced Nucleation Evaporator (ENE)
Server Kit with Enhanced Nucleation Evaporator (ENE)
Smart Refrigerant Distribution Unit (S-RDU)
Smart Refrigerant Distribution Unit (S-RDU)
Smart Heat Rejection Unit (S-HRU)
Smart Heat Rejection Unit (S-HRU)
Software-Defined-Cooling Platform (SDC)
Software-Defined-Cooling Platform (SDC)

Direct-on-chip cooling

Industry leading cooling efficiency with mass flow of 2.5KG and ∆T<1ºC.

Cooling on demand

Self-regulated, each chip receives the exact amount of cooling it needs, maintaining a constant temperature.

Low-Pressure System with Two-Phase Heat-Exchange

Closed, single-loop, low-pressure and low flow rate, with minimal volume of refrigerant.

Non-Conductive Coolant

Use of industrial refrigerants - safe, green, non-conductive, non-toxic, currently with 3M’s Novec-7000.

Software-Defined-Cooling

HyperCool² is a complete hardware system, enhanced by a software-defined-cooling platform, for cooling assets virtualization, predictive operations and optimization.