Over 40% of
data center cost
is cooling servers, which consumes up to 3% of all global electricity production and produces 200 million metric tons of CO2.

Cloud Computing


Cloud computing data centers are becoming more mission critical for business operations, resulting in the need for more expensive fault tolerant designs. The rising cost of data centers is a result of the increased power capacity requirements. American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) data shows that the server power density will continue to increase and data centers will have to scale their infrastructure to support this increase.


It takes 34 power plants, each capable of generating 500 megawatts of electricity to power all the data centers in operation today. According to the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), by 2020, the nation will need another 17 power plants to meet projected data center energy demands as economic activity becomes increasingly digital.


Liquid cooling for high performance computers has been making a comeback because of the requirements of cooling large and densely packed microprocessor arrays. A rack of servers can consume 20,000 Watts of power and generates tremendous waste heat. KULR serves this market with a high performance thermal interface material that can be customized to serve a wide range of air gap and contact pressure requirements. KULR offers efficient liquid and vapor cooling heat exchangers for very high performance server and network processors.

It takes 34 power plants, each capable of generating 500 megawatts of electricity to power all the data centers in operation today. According to the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), by 2020, the nation will need another 17 power plants to meet projected data center energy demands as economic activity becomes increasingly digital.

Liquid cooling for high performance computers has been making a comeback because of the requirements of cooling large and densely packed microprocessor arrays. A rack of servers can consume 20,000 Watts of power and generates tremendous waste heat. KULR serves this market with a high performance thermal interface material that can be customized to serve a wide range of air gap and contact pressure requirements. KULR offers efficient liquid and vapor cooling heat exchangers for very high performance server and network processors.