New White Paper by Hardcore Computer Tackles Data Center Cooling Challenges at the Device

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As data center operators struggle with high-density computing loads, cooling technologies are trending closer to the processor. Hardcore Computer attacks the problem directly at the device. The Liquid Blade is a high-performance server that has all its heat-generating components submerged in a dielectric liquid so thermal energy is continuously carried away from the internal components of the server, eliminating the need for costly and inefficient aircooling systems.

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The trend is toward removing heat more efficiently and Liquid Blade does that better than any other technology on the market today.

Hardcore Computer, Inc., the industry’s most innovative computer design and manufacturing company, today released "Liquid Blade™ – A Revolution in Data Center Design.” This white paper is available at no cost and is downloadable at

"With this white paper, we hope to educate CIOs and IT managers on how to employ an energy efficient intelligent cooling approach for data centers with a definable and immediate reduction in cost of ownership,” said Chad Attlesey, co-founder and CTO, Hardcore Computer. “Where air conditioners positioned on the walls of data centers are now considered relics, and the trend is toward removing heat more efficiently and Liquid Blade does that better than any other technology on the market today.”

The release of the white paper coincides with Hardcore Computer’s European release of Liquid Blade earlier this month at Data Centre World in London, the UK’s largest dedicated data center event.

Liquid Blade, which was named “Best Datacenter Innovation” at the 2010 Blade Insights Summit, represents a breakthrough technological achievement delivering a systematic approach to solving many of the most complex and costly challenges plaguing datacenters today – escalating utility costs, the high cost of operating and maintaining sophisticated cooling and environmental control systems and the ever-increasing demand for floor space.

Hardcore Computer’s Liquid Blade employs the company’s patented total liquid submersion cooling technology and is the first and only product of its kind in the industry. According to an independent study, Liquid Blade can deliver up to an 80% reduction in data center cooling costs and reduces construction and on-going operating costs by up to 25%. Liquid Blade is designed to operate in almost any environment and doesn’t require costly, sophisticated environmental control systems.

About Hardcore Computer®, Inc.
Hardcore Computer®, Inc. custom designs and manufactures top-tier, high-performance computer systems. These systems use patented liquid submersion cooling technology to remove the main barrier of electronics performance — heat. In addition to high-performance desktop computer systems, Hardcore’s liquid submersion technology is suitable for cooling a number of computing platforms, such as servers, desktop, storage systems and mobile.

Hardcore Computer®, Inc. is setting a new standard for computer performance, reliability, quality and cost-effectiveness. For additional information, visit

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