Asetek®, the world’s leading supplier of computer liquid cooling solutions, today announced that it has been recognized in the CRN Data Center 100 annual list, featuring technology vendors whose solutions are vital for powering today’s data center. CRN developed the list to help solution providers navigate the marketplace and identify the top companies and technologies across the data center to best meet their needs as they build solutions for their customers.
“Asetek is thrilled to be a part of CRN’s Data Center 100 list,” said AndrÉ Sloth Eriksen, Founder and CEO of
Asetek’s is listed under the category of “20 Infrastructure Providers” for its RackCDU™ hot water, direct-to-chip, data center liquid cooling technology. RackCDU removes heat from CPUs, GPUs, memory modules and other hot spots within the servers with an all-liquid path and rejects it into ambient outdoor air without chilling. This enables cooling savings in excess of 50%, density increases of 2.5x to 5x, and recovery of all the server energy removed by RackCDU for reuse in facility heating and cooling.
“The Data Center 100 list recognizes vendors that embrace innovation, efficiency and sustainability, to bring the data center to the next level,” said
Coverage of the Data Center 100 will be featured in the February/March issue of CRN, and online at http://www.CRN.com.
Asetek’s products are based upon its patented all-in-one liquid cooling technology with more than 1.5 million liquid cooling units deployed in the field. Founded in 2000,
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