hardware for use in remote computing environments used in edge computing. Iceotope announced an OEM

agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to offer its liquid-cooled chassis with HPE ProLiant servers in its Ku:l Extreme Data Centre solution. The combined product runs in enterprise data centres as well as at the extreme edge to enable reliable performance and efficiency while ensuring a high level of protection required for harsh edge environments. Iceotope Technologies CEO, David

Craig said: ‘Today, IT and data centre managers are being tasked to meet targets for sustainability while data gravity creates more complexity as it draws more and more processing and analytics power to the edge, in closer proximity to the point of use. This OEM agreement with HPE provides access to the most efficient and effective solution for maintaining servers in an optimum environment for reliable IT services.’ The announcement of the OEM

agreement with HPE follows on from the 2019 formation of a strategic alliance between Iceotope, Schneider Electric and Avnet – the global technology solutions

provider – to offer an response to challenges driven by rising chip and rack densities, pressures to increase energy efficiency, space constraints, water usage restrictions and harsh edge environments. Phil Cutrone, vice president and general manager of Service Providers, OEM and Major Accounts at HPE, said: ‘There is a greater need for zero-touch edge computing capabilities to ensure reliability at remote locations when in-person monitoring and maintenance is not always feasible.’ ‘Our latest collaboration with

Iceotope Technologies addresses these requirements by integrating Iceotope’s Ku:l Extreme chassis with high-performing HPE ProLiant servers that feature HPE Integrated Lights Out (iLo) for out-of- band communications management. The combined solution enables customers to access high-density applications using precision immersion, liquid-cooled racks for instant deployment in any environment, whether it is on-premises in a data centre or at the edge,’ Cutrone added. Nicole Enright, president of Avnet

Integrated, added: ‘The use of precision immersion cooling is inevitable, especially

with the explosive requirement for reliable, high performance edge computing. Through its alliance with Iceotope and Schneider Electric, and an extensive OEM relationship with HPE, Avnet Integrated is uniquely enabled to integrate and deploy precision-cooled IT racks populated with HPE servers. ‘Leveraging our global integration

footprint, global implementation and support services, and our commanding financial services offering, we’re able to deliver on the promise of reliable, long-term performance anywhere at the edge – with full warranty and support. Avnet thus advances the ease of use and deployment of liquid cooled computer systems wherever they are needed by end-users, as their trusted IT service provider,’ Enright continued. Liquid cooling offers significant benefits in the area of simplicity, cost, heat capture, and energy efficiency. Iceotope’s chassis-level precision immersion cooling solution removes the heat from every part of your system reliably and efficiently. This means there are no performance- throttling hotspots and no front-to-back air-cooling, or bottom to top immersion constraints.

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