DirectJet Series


Waterless liquid cooling for servers

Save up to 75% on cooling costs and overclock processors to unleash dramatic performance gains.




Increasing compute capacity through facility expansion is capital intensive and requires significant planning and resources.

How can you maximize revenue within your existing facility?

With Ebullient cooling systems, you can increase compute capacity without adding square footage by 1) installing more servers per rack and 2) overclocking processors to make your data center more profitable.




Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a dynamic industry subject to rapid increases in demand, making it hard to plan for future needs.

How can you more effectively plan for future demand without investing in significant infrastructure additions?

Unlike traditional air cooling systems that rely on large infrastructure investments to increase cooling capacity, Ebullient DirectJet systems are modular and provide cooling where you need it, when you need it, allowing you to scale cooling one-to-one with increased demand.



      LOW OPEX

Energy is a primary driver of data center operating expenses. Traditional air cooling systems are inefficient and can’t handle the heat load of cutting edge computer hardware.

How can you reduce energy consumption to minimize costs?

Ebullient’s patented two-phase cooling system delivers precision cooling to the hottest components in each server. Data centers with Ebullient cooling systems typically enjoy 75% lower cooling costs, which equates to a savings of about 27% in facility-wide operating expenses.




The centralized cooling system is the lifeblood of the data center. If the cooling system fails, the data center is at risk of overheating.

How can you reduce the risk of a mechanical cooling system failure and maximize uptime?

With the exception of an electrical failure, a cooling system failure is a data center’s number one risk. Ebullient cooling systems have only one mechanical component and, therefore, significantly reduce the risk of mechanical failure. Ebullient cooling systems feature 100% hot-swappable components, further reducing the risk of down time.



Easy Installation

In most facilities, the system can be installed in less than 1 hour with no impact on neighboring racks of servers.



Component Details



ebullient-hex-logo   DirectJet™ Module Loops

DirectJet Module Loops cool up to eight devices in series and deliver quiet, reliable performance.  Module Loops can be ordered with cooling modules for CPUs and/or graphics cards to meet your specific needs.  Module Loops feature quick-connect fittings and flexible tubing, allowing for rapid installation in any server, regardless of make or model, even blades.





Compatible with:


  • Intel® Itanium®, Core™, Xeon®, Pentium®, and Celeron® processors
  • AMD® FX™ and Athlon™ processors
  • IBM® POWER8™ processor


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Graphics Cards

  • NVIDIA® TESLA K80™ GPU accelerator (read article)
  • NVIDIA® TESLA P100™ GPU accelerators (NVLink and PCI-Express models)
  • NVIDIA® GTX 1080 Ti™ graphics card (coming soon!)
  • NVIDIA® TITAN X™ graphics card (coming soon!)
  • AMD® Firepro™ and Radeon™graphics cards (coming soon!)





ebullient-hex-logo   DirectJet™ Fluid Distribution Unit

DirectJet Fluid Distribution Units deliver 3M® Novec® engineered fluid to DirectJet Manifolds. Units feature industrial-grade pumps and brazed plate heat exchangers to provide exceptional performance and reliability.


    • 30kW capacity @ 32°C
    • Touchscreen display
    • Remote monitoring



ebullient-hex-logo   DirectJet™ Manifold

DirectJet Manifolds accommodate up to 32 DirectJet Module Loops. Manifolds feature non-spill CPC fittings (read article).  Manifolds mount to standard server racks for easy installation.


    • Extruded aluminum body
    • Quick-connect fittings
    • Adjustable flow regulator




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