ferveret

/fervēret/

ferveret is a Latin word for boiling, which is what we believe will revolutionize the future of data centers.

We develop liquid cooling technology for data centers inspired by nuclear power plant cooling.

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ferveret technology
Saves data centers 96% in cooling costs, 68% on capital costs and reduce their carbon footprint by 40% while increasing chip performance by 2X
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Data centers are dirty and expensive

If nothing changes, data centers will generate about 14% of the total worldwide carbon emission by 2040. About 40% of these emissions is due to inefficient cooling, which is also expensive.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/05/130522085217.htm

https://www.hdfstutorial.com/blog/big-data-use-cases-in-banking-and-financial-services/

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3431148/why-data-centres-are-the-new-frontier-in-the-fight-against-climate-change.html

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/dec/11/tsunami-of-data-could-consume-fifth-global-electricity-by-2025

ferveret technology

eliminates this waste of money and the associated emissions.

Data centers today – Air cooled

  • • 40% of the total electricity in a typical data centers today is wasted for cooling the servers.
  • • Air cooling results in a waste of space.
  • • Air cooling has high maintenance and labor costs

All these issues are consequence of the poor heat removal capability of air cooling

ferveret technology – Subcooled boiling

  • • Will save 96% of the energy wasted for cooling in air-cooled data center.
  • • Same IT power as air-cooled data centers in a 75% smaller footprint.
  • • Minimum maintenance and labor costs.

ferveret technology reduces the chip temperature by a factor 2 enabling more powerful (~2X) CPUs and GPUs.

Benefits of working with ferveret
Energy
Saves 96% of the energy wasted for cooling in air-cooled data center.
Footprint
Same IT power as air-cooled data centers in a 75% smaller footprint.
Cost
Minimumize maintenance and labor costs.
Performance
Reduces the chip temperature by a factor 2 enabling more powerful (~2X) CPUs and GPUs
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