Immersion cooling

We are proud to introduce our concept model ‘Hypotherm Rack Mount (HRM) 4X’, 
silent immersion cooling per individual server. 

High voltage & cooling circuit

On the back of the HRM you’ll find the 3-phase 400V 16A CEE-inlet (male, 5-pole), to give the servers inside their power. For safety each phase has its own switched circuit breaker.

The cooling comes from the data center cooling grid by connecting cold (in) and hot (out) pipes. These are connected to the industry standard dripless / flat face couplings.

Using the HRM solution you can be seamless extending your existing data center environment or rapid expansion into new markets without the burden of lengthy implementation cycles and depreciating assets. Any HRM version will fit in industry standard 19″-racks and is well within weight limitations that might be applicable.

Monitoring and management

The individual displays per cassette provide a one-view status indication. Temperature, power usage, pressure and other critical information is constantly displayed here.

Manage your hardware remotely using industry standard SNMP, SSH and the webinterface, view statistics and secure what needs to be secure.

For those running larger scale serverfarms, it’s easy to include the HRM’s into your existing Building Management System (BMS) by using the SNMP. Both read-only and read-write are available. Using the traps corresponding with the cassettes you can monitor per cassette and even turn them on/off or power cycle them.

Circular inside

With an eye for detail, durability and usability. By using the best materials and components, the durability of the chassis and cassettes is guaranteed. Not only the energy can be reused for district heating, but the plastics used for guiding the cassettes is coming from beaches on Curaçao!

Climate challenge

Datacenters around the world are constantly growing and facing increasing power density, thus demanding new innovative cooling techniques to keep up with demand. With each new processor generation the power efficiency increases, but at the same time the size decreases; resulting in more power per square meter/foot. The desire for a Co2 neutral footprint requires alternative ways to keep the power utilization to a minimum.

The target is set to reach this goal before 2030, the clock is ticking. Showtime!