Iceotope, a leader in chassis-level liquid cooling technologies from the cloud to the Edge, has been acknowledged as a Sunday Times BGF 10 Green Tech to Watch in this year’s Sunday Times Tech Track 100 listing.
- Iceotope recognised as a key technology company in turning net zero emission pledges into reality
- Company’s patented chassis-level liquid cooling technology essential to its inclusion in the ranking
- 20th anniversary edition of the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 demonstrates strength of the UK technology sector
David Craig, CEO, Iceotope stated, “Being recognised as a green tech to watch by the Sunday Times BDF demonstrates the growing understanding of Iceotope’s chassis-level immersion cooling technologies and the positive impact they’re having in enabling the data centre industry to easily accommodate the increasing heat loads from the latest processor roadmaps and making their net-zero emission pledge a reality by bringing game-changing reductions in energy and water consumption.”
The inclusion in this group of pioneering tech companies recognises the company’s position as a significant player in the liquid cooling market and as the leader in chassis-level liquid cooling.
Stephen Welton, executive chairman, BGF the main sponsor stated, “Turning net-zero emission pledge into reality is a huge opportunity for investors, but it requires significant capital. BGF plans to increase investment into sustainable businesses from 5% today up to 20% in the next 18-months. The 10 Green Tech to Watch is a great platform to showcase promising companies in this space.”
Sunday Times BGF 10 Green Tech to Watch
The Sunday Times BGF 10 Green Tech to Watch is part of the Sunday Times Tech Track 100, which this year celebrates 20 years of recognising Britain’s fastest growing private technology companies.