In 2014, a small team of engineers gathered in a Hong Kong high-rise.
Working in a space smaller than a standard shipping container, they created the next revolution in immersion cooling.
Often called the “lungs of the world”, the Amazon rainforest produces 20% of the air we breathe.
See what LiquidStack is doing to help save this resource and dramatically lower energy demand.
We know 2-phase liquid immersion cooling, because we are the ones who pioneered it.
We had to do it for ourselves.
The Immersion Cooling Standard
High Performance, Control and Sustainability
- Cool the most demanding applications and hi-flux chips
- Overcome the cooling crisis through unmatched heat rejection and efficiency
- Go green with energy-efficient, sustainable, silent and non-toxic technology
- Benefit from flexibility, reduced construction costs and accelerated time to market
- Deploy & operate anywhere, even in the world’s harshest environments
higher heat transfer coefficient compared to air
more heat rejection per IT rack compared to air cooling
reduction in energy used for cooling
higher cooling capacity than any other form of liquid cooling
Immersion Cooling Solutions
LiquidStack solutions solve the most challenging thermal management needs of compute, storage and commmunications infrastructure anywhere in the world.
Best Green ICT Awards 2014
Data Center Dynamics Awards 2014
Hong Kong Green Innovations Awards 2014
Hong Kong Most Valuable Services Awards 2018
Data Center Dynamics Awards Finalist 2020
News & Resources
“Enter LiquidStack, a company that’s spinning out from the cryptocurrency hardware technology developer Bitfury Group with a $10 million investment.”
“LiquidStack seeks to capitalize on the growing adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and other high-density applications, which pose challenges for data center design and management. Powerful new hardware for AI workloads is packing more computing power into each piece of equipment, boosting the power density…and the accompanying heat.”
“Liquid immersion cooling is easily one of the most modern and potentially exciting forms of modern data centre cooling…the technology has produced some staggeringly low PUE readings.”
“Immersion cooling could solve one of the biggest challenges of the digital economy. In Hong Kong, a company called LiquidStack used submersion technology for a recently opened data center.”
“90 percent of all the data in the world was created in the last two years, and data centers are responsible for 2 percent of overall electrical usage. Hong Kong-based LiquidStack uses 3M’s passive two-phase liquid immersion cooling in a 500kW data center that mines for Bitcoins.”