AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Accelsius™, whose patented direct-to-chip liquid cooling systems enable unprecedented high-performance computing and compute density for data center and edge computer operators, today announced the opening of its new corporate headquarters in Austin, Texas.
The 15,000-square-foot facility at 1835b Kramer Lane will feature offices, labs, and the company’s research and development center. With combined administrative and production space under one roof, the Austin location will also form the hub of Accelsius’ North American-based manufacturing and supply chain operations.
Accelsius provides an innovative answer to the soaring energy use in data centers, which already accounts for 3% of global electricity consumption. The recent surge of compute-intensive AI workloads is pushing that electricity use to unprecedented levels, forcing data center operators to look for more efficient ways than the traditional forced-air approach to cool servers, chips, racks and other components.
Liquid cooling is the future for data centers, enabling greater server density per rack and higher compute performance while improving sustainability through reduced electricity, water use and costs. Accelsius' two-phase direct-to-chip solution allows for reduced capital expenditure and drastically reduced risk compared to other liquid cooling technologies.
Accountable U.S. Supply Chain Provides a Better Option for Data Center Operators
Accelsuis CEO Josh Claman, an IT infrastructure veteran who spent years as an executive with Dell and AT&T, said creating a predictable and reliable supply chain to support the company’s flagship NeuCool™ cooling platform gives it a tremendous competitive advantage.
“Our industry is facing a transformational time for technology and operations with the power-intensive workloads underpinning artificial intelligence and machine learning that current cooling architectures cannot handle,” Claman said, adding that Accelsius has recruited an executive team of IT, data center technology and supply chain veterans with experience at Dell, Oracle and National Instruments. “We are hiring people who have been through this before and understand we’re looking at a journey, not a one-time event.”
Accelsius currently has 25 employees with plans to double in size by the end of the year. The company is hiring for skilled roles with experience in thermal design, supply chain and engineering.
NeuCool Platform Delivers Unrivaled Thermal Efficiencies Using the Most Advanced Direct-to-Chip Technology
Accelsius’ NeuCool Platform represents the pinnacle of high-performance cooling, delivering best-in-class thermal efficiencies and unrivaled reliability at scale. The innovative water-free two-phase coolant circulation process enables energy-efficient heat transfer without the risk of damage from leaks and can save data centers 50% in annual energy costs.
The basic technology behind NeuCool was originally developed by Nokia Bell Labs. Accelsius was founded by Innventure, a technology commercialization company specializing in identifying, funding and scaling disruptive technologies invented by large multinational partners.
To learn more about how Accelsius is leading the way in data center cooling systems, visit accelsius.com.
Accelsius empowers data center and telecom operators to meet their business, financial, and sustainability goals through next-generation cooling systems. The Accelsius NeuCool Platform delivers a patented direct-to-chip, two-phase cooling technology with best-in-class thermal efficiencies. NeuCool uses a sustainable, safe dielectric fluid & intelligent monitoring to provide a risk-free technology that scales from a single rack to an entire data center. NeuCool technology combined with Accelsius' US-based manufacturing and robust professional services program gives data center operators the confidence to evolve cooling approaches while ensuring performance improvements & continued uptime. For more information, visit www.accelsius.com. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/accelsius/