Xyber Technologies -this Austin-based startup has created energy efficient cooling systems for servers in data centers. Its technology reduces energy consumption by up to 30 percent and cooling requirements by up to 70 percent.
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There is no Moore's Law equivalent in cooling technology. As processors relentlessly get faster and denser, the amount of high-power servers a company can screw onto a data center rack is limited by the amount of power available to that rack and the amount of cold air the facility is able to push to it.
This post is part of a series profiling companies' journeys from concept to reality, and is presented by FedEx. As always, VentureBeat is adamant about maintaining editorial objectivity. As the only brother of five sisters growing up in Honduras, Mario Facusse - founder of revolutionary server cooling company Xyber Technologies - couldn't imagine one day becoming an entrepreneur.