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April 14, 2017

With the emergence of cloud computing and “big data,” more companies are facing data-crunching challenges that resemble those seen by the HPC sector, which could make liquid cooling relevant for a larger pool of data center operators....Ebullient is cooling processors using Novec 7000, a liquid coolant from 3M that has proven popular in immersion cooling solutions for the bitcoin market. Instead of dunking servers in a bath, Ebullient is delivering the dielectric fluid directly to the processor, using a piping system to bring the liquid inside the server chassis....

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February 14, 2017

With an eye towards ever-increasing future energy demands, data centers are making massive investments in technologies that optimize the efficiency of their infrastructure. As part of these improvements, data centers are deploying next-generation liquid cooling technologies to overcome the shortcomings and inefficiencies of traditional airflow-based cooling methods. Rather than cooling the entire data center space, liquid cooling systems absorb heat directly from the servers. Since liquid densities are nearly 1,000 times greater than air, liquid cooling systems are much more efficient at transferring heat than airflow-based systems...

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NVIDIA K80 Cooling - A Liquid Cooling Use Case

November 21, 2016

Did you know that graphics processing units (GPUs) are being used more for big data workloads? Did you also know that these processors have become much more powerful in the workloads they can handle and the data they can process? Even Amazon has jumped on board with making GPU compute mainstream. AWS now deploys NVIDIA Tesla K80 cards to run a variety of applications, including traditional simulation and modeling workloads typical in the HPC market as well as the training of neural networks in deep learning and GPU-accelerated databases...

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Liquid Cooling - A Better Solution for Data Center Cooling

November 2, 2016

New data center optimization technologies are changing the way administrators deploy cooling and control platforms. Liquid cooling isn’t just a system to optimize data center cooling and server performance—it’s a way to revolutionize data center economics in general. These are tested, proven systems that help a data center support some of the world’s most advanced use-cases....

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Liquid Cooling: Efficiency for the Compute and Cloud Revolution

October 19, 2016

Next generation data centers will overcome the inherent disadvantages around air cooling through liquid cooling technologies. Liquid cooling systems absorb heat directly at the source (rather than cooling the entire DC space) and greatly reduce flow because liquid densities are about 1,000 times greater than air. Today, single-phase liquid cooling systems absorb heat by warming water-glycol or oil. Unfortunately, water-glycol systems present catastrophic shorting and maintenance risks, while oil immersion systems complicate servicing and often rely on custom server designs....

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RAVE Computer hits the road highlighting its latest product offerings

October 17, 2016

From blazing fast GPU compute CIPHER workstations, to complete turn-key VR systems, and the latest image generators for training and simulation, RAVE has something for every company looking for more productivity and a technological edge... RAVE and Ebullient offer a compact liquid-cooled solution for the NVIDIA K80 that keeps the card well within its temperature specifications during operation....

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Data Center Frontier issues special report on "Data Center Liquid Cooling" featuring Ebullient cooling systems

October 14, 2016

The modern data center has changed; and it’s important that we acknowledge this from the beginning. There are new demands around cloud computing, big data and infrastructure power and data center liquid cooling efficiency....

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Minnesota Department of Commerce Seeks Data Centers to Participate in Energy Efficiency Study

MINNESOTA, September 21, 2016

The Minnesota Department of Commerce is seeking small and medium sized data centers in Minnesota to participate in an energy efficiency study to measure energy savings resulting from installing Ebullient DirectJet precision cooling systems...

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Airedale Partners with Ebullient to Present High-Efficiency Direct-to-Chip Cooling Solution at DCW 2016

LONDON, England, April 11, 2016

"Airedale is pleased to be working in close relationship with Ebullient to design and build world-leading IT cooling solutions that combine Ebullient's two-phase cooling technology with Airedale's award-winning free cooling products...

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Rave Unveils Ebullient-Cooled Supercomputing Workstations at GPU Tech Conference in Silicon Valley

SAN JOSE, California, April 5, 2016

Rave’s new Cipher Series includes three models (R10, R20, R40) boasting one, two, and four NVIDIA’s TESLA® K80 GPU accelerators, respectively, all cooled by Ebullient cooling systems.  Each model integrates Intel® Xeon® processors with up to 18 cores...

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Ebullient Aims to Take Liquid Cooling Beyond the HPC Market

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, March 28, 2016

Ebullient is cooling processors using Novec 7000, a liquid coolant from 3M that has proven popular in immersion cooling solutions for the bitcoin market. Instead of dunking servers in a bath, Ebullient is delivering the dielectric fluid directly to the processor, using a piping system to bring the liquid inside the server chassis...

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Ebullient Unveils New In-Rack Precision Cooling System at Data Center World Exhibit

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, March 16, 2016

Most of the estimated three million data centers in the U.S. rely on air conditioning systems to cool their servers.  But inevitably, one or more racks of servers don’t receive enough airflow and the servers overheat, resulting in downtime...

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Ebullient Inc. Raises $2.3 Million in Investments

MADISON, Wisconsin, January 19, 2016

Ebullient, which was formed in 2012, will use part of the money to expand the presence of its patent-pending technology in the data center cooling market, the release said. The company's technology provides an efficient, sustainable and scalable alternative to existing cooling equipment...

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Ebullient Continues Hot Streak, Snags $2.3M For Computer Cooling Tech

MADISON, Wisconsin, January 19, 2016

Data centers are hot. One of these buildings typically houses thousands of computer servers, some of which may be owned or rented by cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box (NYSE: BOX), and the Web Services division of e-commerce giant Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). Processing bits nonstop causes these servers to heat up...

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Commercial HVAC Contractors Keep Data Centers Healthy

November 9, 2015

According to Shedd, the modular data center market is growing, and Ebullient is well-positioned to get into that market, in particular. “Our system is very compact and energy efficient, so instead of approximately 20 percent of container space being occupied by an air conditioning system, it would be less than 5 percent...

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Ebullient Heats Up With $1M For Computer Cooling Tech

MADISON, Wisconsin, January 14, 2015

The computer cooling standard for decades has been air-based, but a group of liquid systems have hit the market in recent years and are vying to become data center operators’ go-to solution. The pitch is that such technology could allow data center customers to install more servers in their racks while also saving energy and lowering their electric bill...

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Cooling Off: Ebullient’s heat-seeking mission impresses Silicon Valley

MADISON, Wisconsin, December 2014

A typical data center can have as few as two racks or as many as 10,000 racks, each holding between 10 and 20 servers. At issue is the heat those computers generate. If servers get too warm, they slow down, or stop functioning altogether...

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Ebullient Nears Boiling Point in Path to Computer Cooling Market

MADISON, Wisconsin, April 3, 2014

Ebullient says its technology will allow data center customers to install more servers in their racks while also saving energy and lowering their electric bill. Cost is a key consideration for data center owners, since cooling sometimes makes up half of a data center’s annual operating expenses, Shedd says...

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AIREDALE AND EBULLIENT PARTNER TO PRESENT HIGH-EFFICIENCY DIRECT-TO-CHIP COOLING SOLUTION FOR DATA CENTERS

LONDON, England, April 11, 2016

Airedale International, a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative cooling solutions, has partnered with Ebullient, Inc., a manufacturer of premium liquid cooling solutions, to develop a new high-efficiency cooling solution for data centers. At this year's Data Centre World exhibit, Airedale will display a new modular hot aisle containment solution featuring its leading rack-based InRak™ IT cooling unit, paired with Ebullient's revolutionary direct-to-chip two-phase cooling system...

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RAVE UNVEILS EBULLIENT-COOLED SUPERCOMPUTING WORKSTATIONS AT GPU TECH CONFERENCE IN SILICON VALLEY

SAN JOSE, California, April 5, 2016

Rave Computer, a manufacturer of high-end computing solutions, has partnered with Ebullient, Inc., a manufacturer of premium liquid cooling solutions, to deliver a new series of quiet and capable liquid-cooled workstations. Rave’s new Cipher Series includes three models (R10, R20, R40) boasting one, two, and four NVIDIA’s TESLA® K80 GPU accelerators, respectively, all cooled by Ebullient cooling systems. Each model integrates Intel® Xeon® processors with up to 18 cores and allows for an option to swap in an NVIDIA® Quadro® K6000 video card for high-resolution video output...

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EBULLIENT UNVEILS NEW IN-RACK PRECISION COOLING SYSTEM AT DATA CENTER WORLD EXHIBIT IN LAS VEGAS

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, March 16, 2016

Ebullient, Inc., a manufacturer of premium liquid cooling systems for computer hardware, today unveiled the Ebullient ER32, the newest addition to its lineup of precision cooling systems for data centers. Most of the estimated three million data centers in the U.S. rely on air conditioning systems to cool their servers. But inevitably, one or more racks of servers don’t receive enough airflow and the servers overheat, resulting in downtime. To avoid downtime, costly facility-wide changes are often pursued, like installing hot and cold aisle containment systems with raised floors, with the goal of providing adequate airflow to all servers. But now, instead of making these costly facility-wide changes, the ER32 allows operators to pinpoint the problem and address it head on, while dramatically reducing power consumption and expense...

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EBULLIENT, INC. SECURES $2.3 MILLION FINANCING

MADISON, Wisconsin, January 15, 2016

Ebullient, Inc., a manufacturer of premium cooling systems for computer hardware, announced today it has raised $2.3 million in financing, led by a private investment group with ties to Aspen, Colorado, with participation from existing investors and longtime supporters. Ebullient plans to use a portion of the capital to significantly expand its presence in the data center cooling market where its unique, patent-pending phase-change technology provides an extremely efficient, sustainable, and scalable alternative to existing cooling equipment...

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Ebullient attends trade shows and conferences in the U.S. and abroad.  These events allow us to showcase our products, speak face-to-face with customers and industry peers, and develop new partnerships. Please visit us at an upcoming event and say hello!

 

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Supercomputing 2016 – Exhibit

November 14-17, 2016
Salt Lake City, Utah
Visit us in Booth 4470

 

 

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IMAPS - Advanced Technology Workshop and Exhibit on Thermal Management

October 25-27, 2016
Los Gatos, California

 

 

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Critical Facilities Summit - Expo

October 3-5, 2016
Charlotte, North Carolina
Visit Service Logic in Booth #121 to learn more about Ebullient cooling systems for mission critical facilities.

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Data Centre World 2016

April 12-13, 2016
London, England
Visit Airedale in Stand M30 to experience innovative data center solutions, cooled by Ebullient.
 
 
 

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GPU Technology Conference

April 5-7, 2016
Silicon Valley
Visit Rave Computer in Booth 533 to experience the most powerful HPC workstations, cooled by Ebullient.

 

 

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Data Center World Global 2016 – Exhibit

March 16-17, 2016
Las Vegas, Nevada • Booth 629

 
 
 

 

 

 

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