These strong cassettes hold up to 7kW in compute power together with their liquid. By carrying them using their convenient handles away from the datafloor, maintenance can be performed without spilling liquids where they're not wanted.
With each server in it's own housing, filled with dielectric liquid, the whole cassettes are still movable. Less influence from the outside, easy to install and very flexible. The fact that the liquid won't come out during transport also means other liquid can't get in; you can easily transport the cassettes even in heavy rain.
The front interface plate can be taylored to your needs, depending on the types and number of ports you need. LC, SC fiber connectors are available and USB-A, USB-C, RJ45, D-sub/VGA as well for copper use.
Like the trays in your kitchen the cassettes slide in and out. Using heavy duty sliderails and high performace backplane connectors especially designed for these amount of power, usability comes standard.
The 10-pin backplane connector is compatible with both AC and DC power (up to 60 Ampère current per pin). You can choose to use a centralized AC-DC power distribution unit (PDU) or use interal ones per cassette and rely on the incoming AC-feed(s). We recommend a centralized unit, since this is the most efficient way to convert from AC to DC with the least possible loss of energy.
The innovative cooling system for the iXora HRM can run in silence; using immersive technology, these high performance units can be placed next to a desk without being noticed. Aside from its awesome looks of course
On the back of the HRM you'll find the 3-phase 400V 16 or 32 Ampère CEE-inlet (male, 5-pole), to give the servers inside their juice. This depends on the internal circuit of choice and regional requirements. For safety each phase has its own switched circuit breaker. Displays on the back show voltage and current for each phase.
The cooling can come 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.
For situations where the possibility to hook up to the existing grid is not available, you can choose to get the stand-alone cooling version. This includes a compressor and liquid-to-air heatexchanger to be able to cool the HRM and it's components itself.
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.
Manage your hardware, view statistics and secure what needs to be secure. Of course the HRM-3 can also be controlled using industry standard SNMP, SSH and the webinterface. 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.
With an eye for detail, durability and usability. By using the best materials and components, the durability of the chassis and
cassettes is guaranteed. By using insulation also used in aerospace, the maximum cooling performance between the coldplates and
the cassettes is maintained.
The modulair design makes it possible to have one frame with many different options to choose from in terms of power distribution and the type of cooling suitable for the desired location. Where data centers can't give the option for a direct connection into their heatgrid just yet, you can even choose a hybrid version. This includes the active cooling to be able to run stand-alone until you connect to the grid.