• Meet Energy Efficiency Targets

    Rack DCLC™ optimizes the server environment for a highly efficient data center and provides immediate and measurable CAPEX and OPEX benefits.
  • Reach Optimal Performance Power

    Rack DCLC™ enables the use of power for computing instead of cooling by eliminating dependence on air conditioning and air handling systems.
  • Deliver Maximum Density

    Rack DCLC™ supports a range of ultra-high density data center designs that reduce the requirement for floor space and lower capital expense.
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CoolIT's DCLC™ technology and the team that brings it to life are constantly being given credit for achieving what some would consider impossible.  

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CoolIT's DCLC™  technology delivers a complete range of liquid cooling solutions for the HPC, Cloud and Enterprise markets. 

At CoolIT we work with some of the biggest data center users and system integrators around the globe and are constantly reminded that while the HPC and enterprise industries understand the benefits of direct contact liquid cooling and immersion, they are unlikely to adopt until compatibility issues are addressed and industry standards are developed.

We design our systems such that they are vendor-agnostic (fit all of today’s popular server architectures), fit in any of today’s popular cabinets, rely on a global supply chain & quality program, and provide package options depending on the data center environment and goals of the IT program.

With respect to education and standards, CoolIT has founded the Demand Liquid Alliance which has attracted representation from all sides of the industry and fosters discussions on how to best organize the different participants for successful adoption of liquid cooling.