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Gates offers advanced solutions for data centre cooling with CoolIT Systems collaboration

Gates offers advanced solutions for data centre cooling with CoolIT Systems collaboration

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Gates, a global manufacturer of innovative, highly engineered power transmission and fluid power solutions, has announced its collaboration and entry into the fast-growing and evolving data centre cooling market with CoolIT Systems.

CoolIT Systems is a world leader in scalable liquid cooling technology for some of the world’s most demanding computing environments. To meet the surging demand in the AI, High-Performance Computing (HPC) and enterprise markets, CoolIT is working with Gates to develop the most efficient and reliable liquid cooling solutions available.

The partnership includes developing advanced solutions and tightens the supply chain between Gates’ strong North America based operations and CoolIT’s Calgary, Canada manufacturing hub, to support the expected market growth.

Gates is leveraging its technical expertise in materials science, fluid conveyance and thermal management to offer efficient and reliable solutions for the data centre cooling market. Its solutions include a broad range of highly engineered products that withstand the rigorous demands of HPC environments where reliability and uptime are critical. Furthermore, Gates global manufacturing footprint and capability also provide the capacity to support CoolIT’s demand requirements in this rapidly growing application space.

“Data centre cooling is a natural market extension for Gates,” said Tom Pitstick, President of Global Strategy for Gates. “The Gates brand is synonymous with quality and reliability, which is table stakes for data centre operations. We have over 100 years of experience in thermal management applications and that experience has positioned us well to participate in a wide range of applications, from the electrification of vehicles to high-power industrial applications such as data centre cooling.”

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