Minneapolis firm Feltl & Company is noted as the associated broker.
While the core product — liquid cooled submersion technology for blade servers in high performance computing environments — remains the same, the leadership ranks have changed over the years, along with the name and strategy. These moves have been aimed at ‘exploiting a patent portfolio,’ perhaps setting the stage for an IP acquisition or licensing model. CEO Herb Zien, who took the helm in January, says that LiquidCool has 16 patents issued and 24 pending.
“We are by far the best method of cooling a data center – 40% less energy and half the space of the next best option…and we’re even surprised at the broad range of applications, we can cool any electronics,” he says. “We’ve created an elegant solution to a difficult problem.”
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