Tag Archives: Immersion Cooling


Infographic: How does Bitcoin Mining Work?

Since 2013 everyone and his dog knows about Bitcoin. And because one of our clients is the Bitcoin mining company ASICMiner, we’ve been hearing about it several times a day recently. In fact, we can’t even think of any single working day without having a conversation or two about Bitcoin during the past year. We… Read More



Photos of Immersion Cooling Prototypes

We’ve been asked for a few real pictures of our immersion cooling systems. While our rack mountable projects are still confidential and we can’t publish any photos, have a look at the gallery in the Building Immersion-1 page. And while we do indeed use glass for small immersion cooling demo setups, rest assured that our finished immersion… Read More



Understand Immersion Cooling (PDF presentations)

Pictured here is the Immersion-1 FPGA cluster and Xeon Phi Immersion Cooling Concept shown at the HPCC Supercomputer Conference 2013. We’ve been working behind closed doors for a long time, but only recently we have been asked to come out and prepare a couple of presentations about the advantages and benefits of passive 2-phase immersion cooling,… Read More



Intel’s Xeon Phi Heat Transfer Dilemma

We’ve been spending all of last year around FPGA devices, but lately we spent a bit of time with Intel’s Xeon Phi coprocessor. What took 9,298 CPUs and occupied 72 server racks in 1997 now fits on a tiny little chip the size of an iPod Nano. Intel showing off Xeon Phi aka Knights Corner This new chip,… Read More