Most computer enthusiasts haven't heard of a relatively small company called Celsia Technologies, mostly because they don't typically make end-products.
The company's primary product is a proprietary heat spreader technology they call a NanoSpreader. This thin (around 1-2mm) component offers, the company says, heat transfer up to 13 times better than solid copper. Plus, because it's thin and relatively lightweight, it's ideal for applications in equipment like notebooks and portable electronics. While we can't verify these claims, we can certainly test their first real consumer product: the Iceon1000C CPU cooler. It follows a fairly traditional "fins and fans" CPU cooler design, with the heat pipes replaced by the company's NanoSpreaders.