Australia: Accelsius launches new two-phase cooling system

Apr 16, 2024 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

Cooling company Accelsius, which provides two-phase direct-to-chip liquid cooling systems, this week officially announced the launch of its new two-phase cooling system, NeuCool, its in-rack solution. The company says NeuCool offers capacity that has been tested beyond 1,500 watts per server chip (CPU, GPU, hot components), and is useful for AI and other intensive workloads. It says the system can offer a PUE of 1.08.

“Our team has worked tirelessly to prepare for this day,” said Josh Claman, Accelsius’ CEO. “Over the past several months, we’ve been finalizing development and testing, building out our partner network, taking orders, and scheduling deployments of our NeuCool systems as part of our Ascent Journey Program. Now we’re ready to expand engagements with partners and customers in person to show them this new era of cooling technology.”

Accelsius said NeuCool’s modular design enables integration into existing data center facilities via water-cooled doors, dry coolers, or other heat rejection methods. This echnology was acquired from Nokia's Bell Labs, where it had been developed for five years, but not productized.