Liquid cooling

reimagined

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building the

future of cooling
Cooling
Data centers today are dirty and expensive. If nothing changes, data centers will generate about 14% of the total worldwide carbon emission by 2040. Roughly 40% of these emissions are due to inefficient cooling, which is also incredibly expensive. Our technology will eliminate this waste of money and the associated emissions.

Data generated is only increasing

Graph showcases data generated in zettabytes. A single zettabyte is over 1 billion terabytes.

Sources via Science Daily and HDFS.

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Data generated

is increasing

Graph showcases data generated in zettabytes. A single zettabyte is over 1 billion terabytes.

Sources via Science Daily and HDFS.

Carbon emissions will follow

Projected total worldwide emissions of data centers. This correlation between data and carbon emissions is evident and growing.

Sources via Computer World and The Guardian.

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$ 50 855k
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$ 50 855k

Carbon emissions

will follow

Projected total worldwide emissions of data centers. This correlation between data and carbon emissions is evident and growing.

Sources via Computer World and The Guardian.

Our Solution

Four different applications
Same incredible efficiency

96%

Less energy wasted

40%

Smaller footprint

~2X

CPU & GPU  performance

Use Case

Data Centers

The demand for efficient machines and infrastructure is more important than ever. Electricity usage is overbearing with current air and once-through water cooling machines being inadequate.

Use Case

Artificial Intelligence

With the rise of platforms like ChatGPT, increased computation power is critical. Ferveret makes that a possibility with its cooling technology.

Use Case

Cryto Assets

Ferveret takes full advantage of chip performance by overclocking miners and reducing noise pollution, electricity consumption, and the physical footprint of mining facilities.

Use Case

Autonomous Vehicles

Today, the average automobile has between 1,000 and 3,000 chips inside it. We are addressing problems associated with battery cooling and sensors to enable self-driving capabilities.

SUCCESS STORIESTechnology enabled
by subcooled boiling

Ferveret uses sub-cooled boiling which allows for exceptionally high heat fluxes to be removed from processors and other heat generating components.

The Founders

Dr. Azizian completed his postdoctoral research and a portion of his Ph.D. at MIT. He has over 10 years of experience in the electronic cooling industry. Before joining Ferveret, he designed a thermal solution for the Microsoft HoloLens, and also worked as a Senior Thermal Engineer at NVIDIA and Cruise.

Dr. Reza Azizian

Co-Founder & CEO

Dr. Bucci is a faculty member at MIT and previously worked as a Research Scientist at CEA Paris. Outside of his core work, he is also a nuclear energy consultant and editor of Applied Thermal Engineering.

Education

University of Piza (BS, MS, Ph.D.)

Dr. Matteo Bucci

Co-Founder & CTO

Our Investors

Building for the Future

We are focused on the intersection of climate and hardware. Since our founding in 2021, Ferveret has been backed by top investors like Y Combinator and E14, as well as entered LOI talks with a number of key industry players. Our goal is to accelerate the progress of saving energy by offering our own profitable solution.

The number of data centers is only growing. While we may not literally see it in our everyday lives, it is an underpinning that impacts us all.

News & Media

Dr. Azizian on
the Homeroom
Podcast

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The importance and significance of liquid cooling

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Deep-tech in
down markets

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