2008 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2008 - 11th Annual

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TechConnect Summit
Clean Technology 2008

Progressive Cooling Solutions Inc

A. Shuja
Progressive Cooling Solutions Inc, US

Keywords:
electronics

Abstract:
Technology-to-Business Center (TTB), Siemens new businesses accelerator in Berkeley, CA - aims to further develop and commercialize novel thermal hardware, the so-called Micro Loop Heat Pipe (MLHP), in order to cool more efficiently microelectronics and power electronics. The MLHP is based on a novel platform manufacturing technology called Coherent Porous Silicon Etching (CPSE). Novel, more efficient solutions in the field of waste heat management for current and future electronics are today aggressively sought after by almost every major industry players in multiple industry sectors, e.g. computer manufacturers. The trend toward miniaturization, combined with more and more powerful semiconductor devices, creates the demand for always smaller and more efficient thermal hardware. In addition to this, PCS’s vision is to fit into the current “green computing” trend, which is centered on promoting energy conservation and efficiency through effective power management and cooling in computing and related industries.


Nanotech 2008 Conference Program Abstract