Liquid Immersion Cooling Month is over —
But Education Is Ongoing!
Thank you to everyone who participated in our first annual Liquid Immersion Cooling Awareness Month and made it such a success!
Over the course of the month GRC, along with our Global Alliance Partners—Dell, Vertiv, and Intel—server manufacturers, end-users, analysts, and other industry experts, educated data center operators on this transformative technology through a series of blogs & interactive webinars.
Missed a webinar session or blog installment? Want to revisit a portion? Continue to access everything here!
Register for Ongoing Updates on Immersion Cooling:
To achieve maximum benefit when adopting immersion cooling, optimizing mechanical, electrical, and operational design is critical. This session covers the approach to selection criteria, design considerations, and preparing operational teams for the shift in technologies, when integrating single-phase immersion cooling into both existing and newly designed data centers.
Dell & GRC have partnered to deliver all-in-one immersion cooling server systems for on-premises and edge deployments. In this session, GRC CRO Jim Weynand and Dell OEM Group CTO Alan Brumley discuss previous installations and the issues the two companies are solving for clients by implementing the technology. The two also explore the future of immersion cooling as the heir apparent to legacy data center cooling.
A discussion of the industry trends that are driving the adoption of immersion cooling. What Intel is hearing from some of its largest customers regarding the problems they are looking to solve and how immersion can contribute solutions. Examples of customers that are using immersion technology and the benefits they are deriving. Finally, a discussion about the future of immersion cooling, and what the industry should expect.
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