A lot has changed since we first began implementing liquid cooling features into our systems in 2011. As our technology becomes more advanced and powerful, it also produces more heat, forcing us to find methods of removing any excess warmth from our hardware.
Our first implementation of liquid cooling was in 2011 on the “Husky” program, where an air-to-liquid-to-air heat exchanger was developed to push warm air out of the chassis using fans. Since this program was used in extremely warm, desert conditions, this heat exchanger was essential to cool the air that was also brought inside the hardware.
Fast-forward 12 years later, we are still implementing liquid cooling into our solutions, but instead with complete system integration. Watch the latest Jim on Engineering video below to learn how we’ve updated our technology to meet our modern-day customer’s needs.