Iceotope Appoints Former Intel Systems Engineer as VP Technology Advancement and Alliances
Iceotope Technologies Limited, the global frontrunner in precision liquid cooling technology, revealed that Dr. Kelly A. Mullick has joined their team as Vice President, Technology Advancement and Alliances. Mullick, an expert in immersion and cold plate liquid cooling, has a notable background in Product Management and Strategy for the Datacenter and AI Group at Intel Corporation. She is also known for her groundbreaking development of Intel's first immersion cooling warranty announced at the Open Compute Project in 2022.
David Craig, CEO, Iceotope Technologies praised the appointment, saying, "Dr Kelley Mullick is a welcome addition to the Iceotope team. She joins us as the market is turning increasingly to liquid cooling to solve a range of challenges from increasing processor output and efficiency to delivering greater data centre space optimisation." He also noted Mullick's accomplishments as a "dynamic and results-oriented problem solver" and her dedication to initiatives promoting diversity and inclusion.
Dr. Mullick commented on the move, emphasizing the significance of immersion liquid cooling in tackling climate crisis and supporting AI technologies like ChatGPT. She explains, “Only precision immersion liquid cooling can meet the environmental needs of all processor board components in a familiar form factor that fits with the way we design data centres." She also recognised Iceotope's unique technology, praising its heat reuse, water preservation, and superior compute density and scalability.
Dr. Mullick will play a crucial role in bolstering Iceotope's alliances with global vendors, including HPE and Lenovo, and making the company's technology more accessible to a broader market. Her appointment signifies a step forward for Iceotope in offering cooling solutions that are efficient, reliable, and sustainable.
An advocate for diversity in the tech industry, Dr. Mullick has a strong track record of empowering underrepresented minorities in their careers. She has created programs in the workplace and developed free-to-access online resources to promote greater equality in the workforce. This commitment to inclusivity will undoubtedly complement her technical prowess in her new role at Iceotope.