Texas-based rack and Data Center Cooling specialist QCooling will be exhibiting its award-winning British technology in partnership with client Nautilus Data Technologies at Super Computing 2016 (SC16).
QCooling designs, supplies and installs its innovative cooling system on Nautilus’ ground-breaking waterborne floating Data Center concept.
QCooling uses award-winning British technology to provide innovative, game-changing cooling systems to the US Data Center market place; both the rear door cooler and leak prevention system (LPS) will be on show at SC16 in booth #4259.
The QCooling system provides the world’s highest liquid cooling rack-based solution, ideal both for new builds and retrofit, as well as hot spot removal. The system can be tailored to fit any rack and completely bespoke versions are available.
Its patented Leak Prevention System (LPS) enables clients to benefit from all the efficiency advantages of a water cooled system but with a 100% Leak-Free guarantee.
Both products have been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise (Innovation) in the UK as well as a host of other industry accreditations.
Paul Surdykowski, Director of Sales at QCooling, said: “We are delighted to be exhibiting again with Nautilus. The group’s IT storage solutions are world class and I believe that together we have the most innovative Data Center offers available on the international market."
“This conference is the ideal showcase for our technology and will help build our existing business in the US and beyond.”
Energy efficient solutions are at the heart of QCooling’s ethos. Its system can use natural, renewable resources such as river, sea and bore-hole water. This feature was particularly attractive to Nautilus, whose prototype was launched in the iconic San Francisco Bay – an area susceptible to drought. QCooling’s system recycles river water by passing it through a heat exchanger to cool the Data Center equipment and then returns 100% pure water to the source.