A Rochester startup that specializes in liquid-submersion cooling technologies for high performance computing environments is about to enter fundraising mode (again) according recent to SEC filings.
- LSS 200 liquid submerged server – desribed as “the world’s first rack-mountable server with total liquid submersion technology – delivering savings and sustainability to the enterprise.”
- Reactor X – a specialty PC targeted towards console gamers.
- Detonator – a workstation for those “professionals who demand exceptional speed, versatility and rock-solid stability,” such as high frequency traders.
The company has seen an estimated $6.5m in capitalization since 2006 inception, and it’s confirmed that their latest effort was successful ($1.5m). Earlier this year, it was announced that Sun Microsystems co founder Scott McNealy had become an advisor.
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