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Computing

AI is transforming the industry resulting in new processors with higher workloads. All of these advances create thermal challenges that must be resolved in order to provide value to the end user.

Market trends are driving rapid and widespread adoption of the latest processors.
Overall power dissipation is increasing across all components.

Market Sectors

Calyos' passive cooling technology is applicable to a wide range of computing applications.

Silicon Suppliers
  • CPU
  • GPU
  • ASIC
  • FPGA
Server Suppliers
  • Storage Servers
  • High Frequency Trading
  • AI & Machine Learning
  • Cryptocurrency Mining
Data Centers
  • Cloud (Hyperscale)
  • Enterprise
  • Co-location
  • Edge
Telco Equipment
  • 5G Basestations
  • RF Equipment
  • CMTS
  • Switches
Specific Computers
  • High-End Workstations
  • Rugged Computers
  • Silent Computers
  • Gaming Computers

Are you facing some of these challenges?

Engineers across different industries are facing similar challenges as they look to resolve each thermal problem they face.

Cost & Complexity

Long, complex lines and a complex array of connections and control valves.

Thermal Performance

New electronics are smaller and more powerful due to user demands.

Weight & Volume

Larger pumps and longer lines add weight and volume reducing efficiency.

Energy Consumption

Increased pump requirements due to additional pressure drop and increased flow rate.

Safety

Electronics now control all safety measures plus, water poses risk for short circuits.

Two-phase can solve these problems.

Calyos' two-phase cooling systems deliver viable, cost competitive solutions to the challenges engineers are facing.

Cost & Complexity

Self-regulating systems that require no controls, operating only when heat is applied.

Thermal Performance

Vaporization inherently has an extremely high heat transfer co-efficient.

Weight & Volume

Remove the need for pumps, connectors, valves and controls.

Energy Consumption

Two-phase is inherently passive, harnessing the latent heat of vaporization.

Safety

Dielectric fluid and self-regulation removes the risk of short-circuits and failure.

Typical Applications

Regardless of the market segment the same applications require cooling.

Servers

Servers

Advancements in nanometer lithography combined with demanding workloads from AI are resulting in computer processors that are producing more waste heat at an increased density.

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Embedded Processors
Embedded Processors

Embedded Processors

As vehicles become software defined processors designed for data centers are now required in harsher environments such as defence, aeronautics and passenger vehicles.

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Personal Computers

Personal Computers

Computers are well established as critical tools to enable modern-day work, they must be ultra-reliable with zero-maintenance and traditional cooling methods have reached their limits.

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COMPUTING

Use Cases

There are thousands of use cases for our technology. Here we have selected a few examples to give you an idea of how our solutions can be used. Don't be afraid if you have something different - reach out to us and we can validate the application through an initial feasibility analysis.

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Using a 280mm radiator mounted above the evaporator this solution is capable of cooling a processor dissipating 300W. This is ideal for reliability critical applications due to the inherent fit and forget nature of an LHP-EE solution.

Computing

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Workstation

Workstation AIO

Using a 280mm radiator mounted above the evaporator this solution is capable of cooling a processor dissipating 300W. This is ideal for reliability critical applications due to the inherent fit and forget nature of an LHP-EE solution.
Personal Computers
Here one 600W CPU, with >150W hotspots, is inside a 2U chassis with 300CFM of airflow. Transporting the heat to the rear of the chassis enabled maximum airflow.

Computing

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Server

1x CPU

Here one 600W CPU, with >150W hotspots, is inside a 2U chassis with 300CFM of airflow. Transporting the heat to the rear of the chassis enabled maximum airflow.
Servers
In collaboration with Streacom, Calyos developed a 100% passive solution to cool a CPU and GPU within this desktop form factor.

Computing

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Streacom SG10

In collaboration with Streacom, Calyos developed a 100% passive solution to cool a CPU and GPU within this desktop form factor.
Personal Computers
Here Calyos was targeting two 350W CPUs inside a 1U server chassis. The design was optimized for 75 CFM, ensuring quiet operation.

Computing

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Server

2x CPU

Here Calyos was targeting two 350W CPUs inside a 1U server chassis. The design was optimized for 75 CFM, ensuring quiet operation.
Servers
Here a very low case temperature was targeted for a 300W FPGA in a 1U chassis by transporting the heat to an area where the air exchanger size and airflow can be maximized.

Computing

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Server

1x FPGA

Here a very low case temperature was targeted for a 300W FPGA in a 1U chassis by transporting the heat to an area where the air exchanger size and airflow can be maximized.
Servers

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