iStarUSA Group Demands Liquid Cooling Technology from CoolIT Systems

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iStarUSA has teamed up with CoolIT Systems, leading supplier of liquid cooling systems to offer leading-edge liquid cooling technology in the most popular iStarUSA chassis as a part of the Demand Liquid Alliance

This is an exciting development for both iStarUSA Group and CoolIT Systems. The emerging IT VARs with footprints in various industries will benefit greatly from a superior cooling solution and our combined efforts.

iStarUSA Group, specialist in OEM/ODM projects and manufacturing industrial Power Supply, DVR/IPC rack mount chassis, has teamed up with CoolIT Systems, leading supplier of liquid cooling systems to offer leading-edge liquid cooling technology in the most popular iStarUSA chassis as a part of the Demand Liquid Alliance.

The exciting partnership between iStarUSA and CoolIT Systems will enable an OEM/ODM chassis to be pre-approved for use with a direct contact liquid cooling (DCLC) unit. This will not only allow for easy ordering, but for simple installation by either the systems integrator or the end user.

"This is an exciting development for both iStarUSA Group and CoolIT Systems. The emerging IT VARs with footprints in various industries will benefit greatly from a superior cooling solution and our combined efforts. It is a relatively cost effective solution to a full blown cooling design from scratch, and the required parts are already in the proper distribution networks. From initiation, to testing, and to completion, CoolIt Systems has been a great business partner with employees representing the highest level of professionalism. We look forward to expanding our technology platform developments and collaborative marketing efforts in the near future," said Aaron Wang, Director of Channel Sales and Marketing

By teaming up with an OEM/ODM, CoolIT Systems is making it easier to increase rack densities, increase processing speed, and improve server reliability all within a factory sealed and maintenance free unit. Never before has it been easier for a system integrator or end user to integrate and install direct contact liquid cooling into their servers.

“The benefits of combining the rack-mount chassis and the cooling platform truly eliminate a big concern for server system integrators. By having a high capacity liquid cooling solution built-in to the chassis, System Integrators can confidently choose the iStarUSA products knowing that they can accommodate any CPU heat level for today and tomorrow,” said Geoff Lyon, CEO & CTO, CoolIT Systems.

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About iStar USA Group

iStarUSA Group has over 20 years of experience in the industrial computers industry specializing in OEM/ODM projects and manufacture of industrial power supply, rackmount chassis, enclosed cabinets and racks, data storage, and custom power solutions.

iStarUSA Group products are widely used in industrial computing, servers, multimedia production, DVR/Surveillance, and telecommunication industries. In the past eighteen years, iStarUSA Group has provided unsurpassed OEM/ODM products and services with exceptional design flexibility, rapid prototyping, and cost-effective solutions. http://www.istarusa.com

About CoolIT Systems

CoolIT Systems has been dedicated to the invention and design of state-of-the-art cooling technology since 2001. With over 40 patents, high quality design, manufacturing, serviceability and a reputation that is synonymous with breakthrough thermal management solutions, CoolIT connects customers with design possibilities and exceptional performance results that only CoolIT's direct contact liquid cooling (DCLC) can provide.

Through proud collaboration with industry leaders like Apple, Dell, Delphi, HP, Intel, AMD and others, the maintenance free liquid cooling technology has become a staple of today's high performance desktop computer and is destined to become the thermal management foundation in the world of data centers. http://www.coolitsystems.com

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