Nanoconduction releases experimental results validating its chip cooling technology

On June 16, Nanoconduction will make public experimental results that validate the technology behind its chip cooling technology. This will be the first opportunity to assess actual performance data, but Bala Padmakumar, the company's CEO, told us he is confident and welcomes the scrutiny. We expect...

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