is the computer industry's greatest pain point today
and for the foreseeable future.
technology solves the computer industry heat problem
with a new system-level approach that requires no internal
fans and no airflow for heat removal. The Nisvara Thermal
Management System can remove more heat from the system
than the best internal-fan-based airflow solutions.
Nisvara's current technology can handle the heat requirements
of the next several generations of CPUs, graphics chips
and RAM, along with the other components, without any
additional energy consumption.
its simplest, Nisvara moves heat from Point A to Point
the Nisvara system-level design first focuses on taking
heat away from hot-spot chips, graphics boards, disk
drives, and the power supply (the Point A heat sources).
Then the design moves the heat, through patent-pending
Nisvara heat extraction technology, to the Sokol Thermal
Ground™ of the system (Point B), also patent-pending
and named for John Sokol, its inventor and Nisvara's
the Nisvara system heat extraction design moves the
heat to an external location, to outside the enclosure,
for dissipation appropriate to the computer application.
approach to these technical solutions recognizes that
there are primary, secondary, and even tertiary heat
sources in a computer system that need to be handled
differently - intense hot points versus more generalized
sources. Nisvara applies a product family combining
various materials, designs, and processes to enable
comprehensive system heat extraction.
this system-level solution, Nisvara provides immediate
impacts that aid manufacturers and system integrators
in three major sectors of the computer industry: technical
workstations, industrial and military computers, and
technical workstations built with Nisvara system heat
extraction technology, chips are no longer performance-limited
by heat, because the heat they generate is removed and
thus no longer forces them to automatically clock back.
In addition, noise from internal fans is eliminated,
since those fans are absent from the design.
industrial and military computers, Nisvara technology
can provide sealed systems so that no dirt, water, sand,
germs, or other disruptive elements move in or out of
air vents, as there are no vents or filters required.
The Nisvara design for removing heat from the disk drive
also serves to cushion the drive from factory-floor
vibrations or military-vehicle road impacts, thereby
cutting vibration-related disk errors and the slowdown
in performance that they cause. Further, the lack of
air vents in Nisvara systems for factories means that
EMI from other equipment will not enter the system and
impact its electronic components. For the military,
this means there are no EMI emissions, through air vents,
for potential enemy detection.
rack-based server systems, the Nisvara technology moves
heat outside the system without "baking" the
top-of-the-rack units. Further, by reducing the component-degrading
impact of heat, operators of these new server systems
will achieve improved MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures)
and thus will cut costs required to fix or replace server
systems, including reduced operations down time and
lower costs for maintenance call-outs.
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