Mike Schroeder – Intel Corp IoT Thermal Mechanical Systems Eng.
Jacob Fritsch – Intel Corp IoT Thermal Mechanical Systems Eng.
Erich Ewy – Intel Corp IoT Thermal Mechanical Systems Mgr.
The internet of things (IoT) network of interconnected devices is driving an explosion of integrated-electronic components (IC) for embedded applications. Compute and wireless systems and sensors will be deployed at the IoT edge, where environmental considerations have challenging implications for thermal and mechanical design. In order to function reliably in harsh environments with extended operating ambient temperature ranges, electronics housings for IoT solutions that support low-power components with fan-less designs in sealed enclosures will be desirable. This paper is intended to be a practical guide for the thermal designer to quickly size and implement an optimized fanless thermal solution that is feasible for high volume manufacturing. MORE
Douglas Bougher and Kent Martens, P.E.
SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc.
The number of data centers in the United States continues to grow in response to the enormous amount of digital information stored and streamed. The massive computer power within these data centers generates heat, making efficient cooling a key building system requirement. Evaporative cooling towers are an integral part of many data center cooling systems. MORE