Synthesis Analytics

At Synthesis Analytics, we have formed a connected whole from various components, to enable that computing and heating meet modern needs and desires with minimal impact on our planet. We believe that computing power is vital for evolution. We also believe that computing has to be powered by renewable energy, has to be energy effective and deployed energy has to be captured and re-used.

Global desires and needs must be met in a sustainable way. Since we established the company in 2017, our purpose has been to develop a solution for green HPC (High Performance Computing) and Edge Computing, powered by 100% renewable energy. Processors run with maximum energy efficiency due to specialization and the deployed energy is fully captured and recycled through a proprietary immersion cooling system. As a HPC and Edge computing company, we stand unique in offering a completely green solution.

Our solution is simply summarised, Green Computing™ and Intelligent Heating, Powered by Nature.


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08 Jun 2022 AD01 Registered office address changed from PO Box 4385 12985829: Companies House Default Address Cardiff CF14 8LH to Office 2920 182-184 High Street North East Ham London England E6 2JA on 8 June 2022
27 May 2022 DISS40 Compulsory strike-off action has been discontinued
03 May 2022 GAZ1 First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off
18 Mar 2022 RP05 Registered office address changed to PO Box 4385, 12985829: Companies House Default Address, Cardiff, CF14 8LH on 18 March 2022
26 Apr 2021 MR01 Registration of charge 129858290001, created on 15 April 2021
02 Apr 2021 SH01 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 19 March 2021
  • GBP 1,001
30 Oct 2020 NEWINC Incorporation
Statement of capital on 2020-10-30
  • GBP 1
  • MODEL ARTICLES ‐ Model articles adopted

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