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Density Servers

Increased Computing Power

Two-Phase Liquid Cooled Immersion Servers

E3 NV has been working with several OEMs to produce servers just for immersion cooling. E3 makes use of "off-the-shelf" motherboards so that users can get service from big OEMs like Dell and Fujitsu.

Two-Phase Liquid Cooled Immersion Servers

Custom chassis reduce the amount of fluid required, reducing costs. Source only the required parts can reduce the cost by 50% off the list price of servers. Maintenance is also optimized so operating costs are even lower.

E3 is capable of making a server for any requirement. We have high-density CPU, GPU, and storage servers. If you wish to use your own servers, we can provide taller tanks that accommodate any server. However, if you send us a server we can design a new space-saving chassis for that server in one week.

Two-Phase Liquid Cooled Immersion Servers
Two-Phase Liquid Cooled Immersion Servers

  • PUE of 1.03 or less

  • No dust problems

  • No water leak concerns

  • Reduced maintenance costs through lower RAM and PSU failure rates as well as no cleaning costs

  • Servers come out of the fluid dry

  • Reduced infrastructure costs

  • Our solutions ISN'T turnkey. It is a generic solution that can be used for many generations of equipment

  • Higher density means more equipment in a smaller building

  • 7 to 9% Better performance in >1hr renders, file compression, and other repeatable tests

  • 2% Better performance in burst tasks (<3 minute loads)

Benefits of E3 NV's 2-phase immersion cooling

Request a Proposal

Provided with the specifications of your current servers and your software requirements, E3 can prepare a proposal based on your needs.

Already have servers you want to convert? No problem. Send us one and we will design a custom chassis or use an extra tall tank if that's not an option.

In addition to saving many Megawatt-hours per year 3M's recently developed vapor recovery system can ensure that no vapor escapes giving your facility a minuscule carbon footprint. 

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