In a move to exploit its entire liquid-submersion portfolio, HardcoreComputer Inc., Rochester, Minn., has changed its name to LiquidCool Solutions. Plans are to integrate and license its technologies for high-growth applications.
The company will address solutions to heat transfer
problems in or related to electronic devices, LiquidCool says.
LiquidCool’s technology uses dielectric fluid for
plug-and-play solutions that deliver precise intelligent and direct cooling
suitable for mass-market applications. The market for direct cooling for
computing systems has grown significantly, particularly in the server and data
center markets, LiquidCool says. In addition, the firm plans to explore
automotive and consumer electronics. LiquidCool products readily transfer to
existing manufacturing systems, the company says.
For more information, visit www.liquidcoolsolutions.com.
Name Change Ties to Broader Market Focus
August 15, 2012