On the heels of their $80M Series C fundraising, Frore Systems, a member of the NVIDIA Inception Program, released three new plug and play, active heat removal modules designed to meet the growing demand for Edge AI.

The AirJet PAKs, only 6mm thick, complement the NVIDIA Jetson Orin system-on-modules, and are available in three sizes: AirJet PAK 5C-25 removes up to 25 watts of heat and supports up to 100 TOPS, AirJet PAK 3C-15 removes up to 15 watts of heat and supports up to 70 TOPS, and AirJet PAK 2C-10 removes up to 10 watts of heat and supports up to 50 TOPS.

The AirJet PAK integrates multiple AirJet, a solid-state active cooling chip, to remove the increasing heat generated by intense AI workloads. Removing this heat unleashes the AI performance needed for Edge AI in key markets including autonomous vehicles, robotics, industrial automation, smart cities, healthcare, and retail analytics.

AirJet PAKs are a fully integrated, self-contained, plug and play active cooling solution that are 6mm thick and can add into a host device to enable the performance needed to perform AI workloads at the Edge in smaller, silent, lighter, vibration free, and dustproof, compact devices. The need for improved cooling to enable AI is increasing, and with a forecast of demand for Edge AI Computing estimated to increase by over 300 percent by 2030, it will not slow down anytime soon.

Heat, which limits performance, is now one of the biggest problems facing the computing industry. AirJet PAKs’ ability to dissipate heat, unleashing performance, is essential for AI applications.

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Elements of AirJet PAKs include they:

  • Are fully self-contained, plug and play thermal solutions that include multiple AirJet chips and the drive circuitry
  • Mount directly on NVIDIA’s Jetson Orin Nano/NX Modules
  • Operate autonomously
  • Are ultra-thin, silent, vibration free and dustproof
  • Support up to 100 TOPS
  • Dissipate up to 25 Watts of Heat

“Cooling is critical to enable the performance needed to achieve the AI vision – today and in the future. Traditional bulky and noisy thermal solutions, like fans, simply don’t meet the challenge.” said Dr. Seshu Madhavapeddy, founder and chief executive of Frore Systems.

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