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Increase computing density and energy efficiency. 

Xyber’s cooling system uses heat pipes to move heat from the components inside servers to the sides of the rack where the heat can be isolated and removed efficiently.

A heat pipe is a specially designed sealed copper tube that uses a minute amount of fluid to move heat. Our patented design isolates the heat on the sides of the rack where natural convection takes over and the heat is ducted to the outside.

A data center is like a patient infected with a virus and instead of taking the same approach of treating the symptoms we cure the virus by isolating the servers from the data center and creating two air envelopes.


Xyber Technologies’ patented cooling platform does not require fans, liquid cooling or oil submersion. Our passive cooling architectures employ advanced heat pipe technology and can be integrated with most standard hardware components found in servers, storage devices, networking appliances and PCs. 


Xyber Technologies is a startup dedicated to reducing the impact data centers are having on the environment by cutting their power consumption and increasing computational density to reduce their physical footprint.

We have created a cooling system for servers and racks that requires no power and has no moving parts.

Data centers consume 3% of the world’s power and are responsible for 2% of all greenhouse gas emissions. By 2020 that will increase to 140 billion kW/h of electricity; the equivalent of 50 large power plants.

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Reduce server consumption... and noise.


Fan-based cooling systems require power to operate as well as generate unwanted vibration and noise. Also, fans are usually the first component to fail, which reduces uptime and results in over-heating that can damage more valuable system components. Our technology cools components more efficiently than legacy systems and has no moving parts.


Savings across any climate conditions.


Xyber-engineered hardware and data center designs enable higher operational densities, while significantly reducing IT power consumption and facility cooling costs. More consistent operating temperatures and less moving parts improve hardware uptime, performance, and longevity.

Our system reduces cooling requirements up to 75%, reduces server power consumption up to 30%, and reduces data center total power consumption up to 40%. If data centers adopted this technology, the US would not require another power plant for the next 10 years.


No-Maintenance Cooling


Hardware complexity and maintenance issues are reduced by eliminating moving parts within servers and racks, while uptime is increased.


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