The key behind GRC’s flagship product—the CarnotJet System’s real efficiency is the liquid, called Electrosafe – a product that has 1,200 times the heat capacity of air. Not only is this an extremely efficient means of cooling servers, by immersing the computers in this non-conductive dielectric fluid enables the data center to eliminate server fans that consume 10-20 percent of the power. “The power reduction in removing the fans exceeds by a multiple, the power required for our cooling system,” says Poulin. To minimize the complexity, GRC has only three moving parts in the infrastructure, which do not require chillers, airflow engineering to identify and mitigate hotspots, or humidity controls.
The key behind GRC’s flagship product—the CarnotJet System’s real efficiency is the liquid, called Electrosafe – a product that has 1,200 times the heat capacity of air
And, if you don’t have an existing facility for your data center, you don’t need one. “One of the other highlights of our product suite is a Containerized CarnotJet solution, which empowers us to deliver higher capacity containers, at a lower cost as compared to any traditional supplier,” extols Poulin. “Leveraging our relationship with defense customers, we continue to optimize this highly flexible and modular offering.”
Green Revolution Cooling’s data center management solutions are used by a spectrum of industries across the world, including defense, oil & gas services, financial services, HPC, and crypto-currency mining. “Our products are highly matured. We continue to focus on reducing complexity, enabling clients to service and maintain the products easily and inexpensively,” says Poulin. Alongside, the company is also working with OEM server providers to enable customers to extract extra value out of their servers. By removing the thermal constraints imposed by conventional cooling, customer have a great deal more flexibility to optimize their server designs. In collaboration with Supermicro, GRC uses its Minimus server platform to deliver additional value as part of an integrated computer and cooling solution. “In our view, immersion cooling is the next logical step in meeting the challenges that IT organizations are facing relative to their infrastructure,” concludes Poulin.