Today Green Revolution Cooling announced the company has started doing business as GRC. This rebranding reflects the company’s maturity in delivering data center infrastructure technologies that reduce complexity and save money. Concurrent with this rebranding, the company is also announcing the expansion of its product portfolio to align with the needs of the customer segments it serves. The name change is effective July 1, 2018.
Green Revolution Cooling, the leader in immersion cooling for data centers, today announced the company has started doing business as GRC. This rebranding reflects the company’s maturity in delivering data center infrastructure technologies that reduce complexity and save money.
Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) was recently awarded a spot on CIO Application’s annual “Top 25 DataCenter Tech Companies” list. The companies chosen to be included have proven capable of providing data center solutions that help clients build a competitive advantage and transform their businesses.
Green Revolution Cooling today announced that it will be delivering a custom GPU-based cluster to the Texas Advanced Computing Center. TACC has been a long-time advocate and user of GRC’s immersion cooling technology dating all the way back to 2009, when the technology was first brought to market. The installation has expanded over the years to include more racks and this new order will further build on the existing deployment.
GRC provides John Paul Catholic University with turnkey solution that eliminates complexity and accelerates time to deployment. Fully integrated compute and cooling package enables JPCU to quickly implement state of the art computing cluster performance and efficiency.
The ultra-efficient cluster installed in October 2015 has since been used to process dozens of Petabytes of data from CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, and leading-edge astrophysics projects.
Weynand, a dynamic CRO with over 30 years of IT industry experience, brings to the team an impeccable record of leading the growth of complex B2B commercial services and solutions for some of the world’s leading technology corporations and private equity consulting firms.
Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) announces a strategic partnership with Heat Transfer Solutions (HTS), the largest independent HVAC manufacturers’ representative in North America. As part of the partnership, HTS is making a financial investment in GRC which will provide growth capital as the company continues to expand its presence in the data center market.
For the third consecutive year, the Green Revolution Cooling-powered Tsubame-KFC supercomputer at Tokyo Institute of Technology has achieved top honors, this year ranking as the most efficient commercially available setup, and second overall.
GRC has introduced Minimus Servers in partnership with hardware giants Supermicro and Gigabyte. The Minimus platform offers reliable, purpose-built servers for a fraction of the cost of OEM servers.
VSC-3 is reporting a mechanical Power Utilization Effectiveness (mPUE) of 1.02 as of the end of Q1 2015, making it one of the most efficient data center facilities in the world.
Australia’s leading seismic exploration services firm, DownUnder GeoSolutions deploys GRC’s oil immersion server cooling to reduce cooling energy needs by 90%.
Green Revolution Cooling demonstrates flexible hardware, effective output, wins big in liquid submersion in Europe.
Green Revolution Cooling and TiTech win Green 500 for cooling world’s greenest supercomputer. The TSUBAME-KFC at Tokyo Institute of Technology ranked #1 as most efficient machine amongst tough competition for this year’s Green500 top honor.
Green Revolution Cooling announces availability of its containerized data center solution. Featuring world-class efficiency, maximum deployability, and an industry-leading cost of approximately $2 per Watt of critical load, the CarnotJet™ Container is unmatched in price-performance and value.
Announcing a pair of videos from Data Center Knowledge that explore one of Green Revolution Cooling’s largest customer installation sites.
Department of Defense (DoD) sites will procure a pair of Green Revolution Cooling’s new containerized submersion cooling offerings for their data centers.
Green Revolution Cooling will be exhibiting at International Supercomputing Conference 2013 (ISC ’13) alongside ClusterVision, Europe’s leading cluster specialist.
GRC announces the SuperCaddy accessory, the simplest solution yet for installing hard disk drives in a submersion cooling environment.
Intel has made public results from the first year of ongoing testing with Green Revolution Cooling’s submersion cooling system for data center servers.
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