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%.
On demand compute requires adaptive cooling and Xyber is the only cooling technology that can integrate into that infrastructure and instantly balance temperatures with compute loads as high as 60kW.
Distributed computing requires adaptive real-time infrastructure, predicated on scale-out architectures. Xyber is the only cooling technology that can efficiently operate in this environment without interrupting serviceability. Our technology completely isolates compute infrastructure from the data center and from the outside, thereby eliminating the need for complex cooling infrastructure. By eliminating complicated cooling systems we reduce the costs to build data centers by up to 30%, while competing technologies struggle to make a significant difference.
Compute infrastructure is evolving and hyper-convergence is the destination, are you ready?
Our patented passive cooling system uses heat pipes to move heat from the hot 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. Once heat has been moved from the rack to heat sinks along the outer side walls of the rack and isolated into vertical ducts, natural convection vents the heat out of the building. This method of passive cooling moves heat efficiently from the servers while creating two air envelopes to effectively isolate heat from the standard air envelope of the data center building.
- Provides significant OPEX savings over all alternative methods
- Increases computational rack density up to 60 kW
- Provides a permanent solution to reduce maintenance costs and increase uptime and reliability
- Eliminates the need for most data center scale HVAC infrastructure
- Improves geographic accessibility as efficient data centers can be located in any climate