Schneider Electric forms Chilldyne partnership

Schneider Electric will offer the Chilldyne Negative Pressure Liquid Cooling Solution to enhance data centre sustainability and efficiency.

Schneider Electric has entered into an Alliance Partnership with Chilldyne, a pioneer in liquid cooling solutions for data centres. Through the agreement, Schneider Electric will offer the Chilldyne Negative Pressure Liquid Cooling Solution complementing its full portfolio of Uniflair cooling and chiller solutions, to enhance data centre sustainability and efficiency.

Chilldyne holds patents on negative pressure liquid cooling technology, which allows for leak-proof cooling of the highest-temperature chips and GPUs on the market. The negative pressure approach mitigates risk, lowers the total cost of cooling, and improves server uptime. This partnership will allow Schneider Electric to provide worldwide distribution with service and support.

Schneider Electric Director of Cooling Innovation and Strategy, Maurizio Frizziero said, “As the World’s Most Sustainable Company, finding sustainable innovation to address new demands of the digital world are core to our mission. To meet higher computing needs chips get hotter and liquid cooling technology presents a more energy efficient means than traditional methods to cool high-computing workloads. Schneider Electric’s partnership with Chilldyne will allow our customers to implement next-generation liquid cooling, while making their data centres more energy-efficient and less vulnerable to downtime.”

Chilldyne CEO, Steve Harrington said, “Our goal is to reduce data centre energy consumption with worry free, maximum uptime cooling. Schneider Electric shares our goal of a more sustainable future. This partnership expands Chilldyne’s reach to help even more customers realise the power of no-leak liquid cooling designed to make data centres more efficient and reliable.”

The partnership gives system designers and customers confidence to deploy the latest high performance, liquid cooled compute, while at the same time improving energy efficiency, white space optimisation, and achieving world class TCO. The next evolution in sustainable data centre cooling has arrived and it is better, cheaper and more efficient than the air cooling it replaces.


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