Founded by Erez Freibach, Tal Parnes and Nahshon Eadelson in 2016 in Sderot, Israel, Zuta-Core developed the HyperCool2, a two-phase liquid cooling technology. Among multiple applications, Zuta-Core chose to focus its initial efforts on the massive and rapidly growing $11B data-center cooling market. The HyperCool2 poses major disruption in this market, slashing Data Centres Capital expenditures and Operational costs by half while more than tripling the computing performance. Zuta-Core established channel partnership with Cupertino Electric Inc (CEI), a leading data-center infrastructure company in north America, and is in progressive phase of establishing the same with Schneider-Electric and Siemens, creating a warrantied, bankable global supply chain for distribution of ‘cooled-by- Zuta’ solutions. First commercial pilot deployments are expected to begin in Q4 2018 with both hyperscale clients and leading data-center operators. Led by a team of industry veterans, Zuta-Core is poised for profitable growth and market leadership.
Zuta-Core HyperCool2 is a two-phase close-loop, low-pressure, direct contact not- conductive liquid cooling technology. Cooling “at the core”, Zuta-Core solutions are optimized for high performance CPUs and GPUs, already demonstrated upwards of 400W per device at constant turbo mode, and can go beyond 1.5KW /1U. In its core, an Enhanced Nucleation Evaporator (ENE) was developed to provide a breakthrough low boiling incipience with T∆ <0.5oC, thermal resistance of 0.03 and heat-flux as low as X W/cm2, all at low-pressure. Zuta-Core’s technology encompasses materials, processes and system integration from standalone servers to the data-center level and is protected by 13 patents to-date.
With the technology developed, products being tested and certified, Zuta-Core is focusing on establishing a robust, global supply-chain as well as sales and marketing infrastructure. Zuta-Core is forecasting $1 million in revenue in 2018, and $15M in 2019. Zuta-Core is aiming for profitability in 4Q 2018 and projects over $100 million in revenue and 50 percent EBITDA by 2021.