Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Iceotope to announce production-ready liquid cooling systems in November

University of Leeds reports on the benefits of ‘total liquid cooling’ for HPC

British start-up Iceotope is scaling up manufacturing efforts to meet the demand for its proprietary ‘total liquid cooling’ server systems.

Data CenterDynamics, Max Smolaks, 9 October 2014

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Friday, 12 September 2014

Can cloud computing stay green?

Data consumption under scrutiny

On one hand, organisations of all sizes are being urged to throw their data and operations into the cloud to radically boost their efficiency. On the other, they are being told to think about environmental sustainability and boosting their green credentials.

Tech Radar, by David Howell, 9th of September

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Friday, 29 August 2014

Iceotope at Data Centre Expo 2014

Iceotope will be exhibiting at the Data Centre Expo on 8-9 October at the ExCeL, London.

Icetope's CVO Peter Hopton, will be speaking about 'A Step Change in Cooling' on Wednesday 8th October 13:00 - 13:30 in the Data Centre Infrastructure Management Theatre.

To attend Peter's seminar and/or to visit us at our stand (NN20) click here.

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Big data's hot topic

Engineers are working hard in the large datacentres that run the internet to balance energy efficiency and cooling demands.

Professional Engineering, By Ben Sampson, 3rd June 2014

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Thursday, 10 July 2014

Climate change agreement only the start, say industry experts

A week after the Data Centre climate change agreement (CCA) came into force industry experts have given DatacenterDynamics FOCUS their verdict: It’s a good start, but not enough.

Data CenterDynamics, Nick Booth, 9th July

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Creative Award at the City Region Business Awards

Iceotope’s patented liquid cooling system can halve datacentre energy usage and allow datacentre facilities to run as efficiently as those in the Arctic Circle.

The Star, 9th July

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Iceotope: Dunking server blades in liquid to keep them cool

Liquids and electronics don't seem to mix - ask all those who have spilt coffee on their keyboards. But that's because coffee isn't a liquid with the right properties. Iceotope, a UK-based company, has created a system that immerses server blades - literally dunks them - in a special fluid.

Business Today, Virat Markandeya, 6th of July     

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