Breakthrough Technology for Active Cooling Electronics/CPUs
I was wondering if Dell was interested in partnering to commercialise my company's technology? Xergy is a cleantech startup patenting a technology that should revolutionize the 100 year-old refrigeration/cooling industry centred around (H)CFCs and motor-powered compressors. We won GE's Ecomagination award in 2011. We have high-performance, active-cooling technology for refrigeration/feezers, AC (home, office and auto) and electronics/CPUs.
About 10x the performance of Peltier, better COPs than electromechanical and no motor/moving-parts, no GHG refrigerants and simply runs on electricity. The technology is based around Electro-chemical compressors (ECC) and re-uses some technology from fuel-cell industry in a novel fashion. We estimate individual devices could be small and suitable for electronics and processor cooling.
One vision of our products is that they resemble lego-blocks (with a couple of electrical wires hanging from them). Put two side-by-wide to double the cooling capacity; stack them, to double the "delta-T". Like Peltiers, but an order-of-magnitude more efficient.
We currently have a low-fidelity working prototype (links on our website) which we demonstrated at US-DOE's ARPA-E conference, DC in Feb 2012.
We'd be delighted to chat about the prospect of collaboration
Richard L Williams