Ferveret develops liquid cooling technology for data centers inspired by nuclear power plant cooling. We save data centers 96% in cooling costs, 68% on capital costs and reduce their carbon footprint by 40% while increasing chip performance by 2X. Today about 40% of the electricity use of these facilities is wasted for cooling. Ferveret patent-pending technology revolutionizes the data center cooling and eliminates the waste of electricity. Furthermore, this technology can be implemented overnight in existing data centers with our uniquely designed tanks. The company is founded by Reza Azizian, MIT alumnus, one of the lead thermal architects for Microsoft HoloLens and at NVIDIA, and Matteo Bucci, an MIT professor with 15 years of experience in two-phase heat transfer for nuclear reactors. We have in lab proof of concept of our technology, and we are in the process of building demo units to launch pilot programs with our first two industrial customers. Some of our notable investors are YCombinator and E14 fund.
Reza is the CEO and co-founder of ferveret. He is an MIT alumnus and has more than 7 years of experience in the electronic cooling industry. This includes designing a thermal solution for Microsoft HoloLens, senior packaging thermal engineer at NVIDIA, and senior design thermal engineer at Cruise.
I am co-founder of FERVERET and faculty in Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT, where I conduct research and teach classes on heat transfer and nuclear reactor design. My field of expertise is boiling heat transfer. I am also a consultant for the nuclear industry and editor of Applied Thermal Engineering. I graduated from the University of Pisa, Italy (M.Sc. 2005, Ph.D. 2009), and before joining MIT and FERVERET, I have worked as a researcher at CEA Paris, France.