Iceotope’s Precision Liquid Cooling can significantly reduce telco operators’ total energy costs

March 20, 2024

KUL RAN brings all the advantages of Precision Liquid Cooling to the edge in cellular base stations and harsh remote edge sites. It provides a more stable and secure environment for the server equipment, offering reduced cooling costs without the need for re-engineering existing cooling infrastructure. With KUL RAN (2U) having a 20% savings on energy consumption at device level, operators can save more than $40million a year in total energy costs, a significant impact on their bottom line.

With its energy-efficient operation and built-in liquid-to-air cooling, KUL RAN (2U) ensures zero-touch maintenance and extends the equipment lifespan. Featuring an IP67-rated enclosure, KUL RAN (2U) offers 100 percent protection from thermal shock, dust, and airborne contaminants, even in harsh environments. Its wide operational temperature range from -40°C to +55°C ensures reliable performance in extreme conditions, while significantly quieter operation enhances user experience.

KUL RAN is highly scalable, allowing seamless expansion from one unit to many, adapting effortlessly to telco operator’s evolving needs. Engineered for fast and accurate on-site exchange, it simplifies equipment updates and return-to-base servicing, reducing both time and cost.

David Craig, CEO at Iceotope said, “We are thrilled that our continuing collaboration with HPE and Intel is addressing some of the most critical challenges facing telco operators today. Global energy costs and Net Zero commitments are factoring strongly into operators strategic planning and financial bottom lines. Our new KUL RAN (2U) solution can have a real impact as operators explore their extreme edge strategies.”

KUL RAN (2U) is shipped as a single SKU with warranty, with no additional integration required. For more details or to view the new KUL RAN (2U) solution, please visit any of the following booths at Mobile World Congress, 26th – 28th February 2024: HPE (Hall 3, Booth 3N10), Samsung (Hall 2, Booth 2M20), SK Telecom (Hall 3, Booth 3130) and Vodafone (Hall 3, Booth 3E11).

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