Discover the Latest in Data Center Cooling from Industry Experts — All Month Long!

Most data centers were never intended to handle the explosion of demands they’re running up against today. Not just increasing compute & density requirements but tightening environmental pressures as well. Plus, most are also hitting a solid wall of power constraints, thermal limitations, and budget restrictions. If you haven’t yet run up against these — you will soon.

During Liquid Immersion Cooling Awareness Month, GRC, along with our Global Alliance Partners — Dell Technologies and Intel, end-users, analysts, and other industry experts, will educate data center operators on this transformative technology through a series of engaging and topical webinars.

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Upcoming Webinars

August 16 & 17: From the Ground Up—Greenfield Data Centers and Immersion Cooling

Creating a new data center from the ground up is a great opportunity to implement best practices that ensure the highest-performing, most cost-effective, and sustainable operation possible. But it can also be a daunting experience. This doesn’t need to be the case! Join us and our industry partners as we reveal how starting anew with immersion cooling streamlines the design build process, slashes CapEx & OpEx, simplifies operations, and delivers enviable sustainability metrics, positioning you to confidently handle today’s demands—and tomorrow’s.

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North America
August 16 — 2pm ET / 11am PT

Asia-Pacific
August 17 — 11am IST

Europe/Middle East/Africa
August 17 — 11am UTC

August 23 & 24: Building Better Over Time—Transitioning to Immersion Cooling

Both technology and the demands placed on data centers advance quickly. Once, your state-of-the-art air-cooled facility delivered the performance you needed at an acceptable cost. But as requirements for compute grow, power and real estate costs skyrocket, and pressures to improve sustainability metrics increase, that air-cooled data center just can’t keep up. While rebuilding from the ground up may not be feasible from a timing or economics standpoint, transforming your data center to a more powerful, efficient, and sustainable operation over time with immersion cooling certainly is. Join us to learn how to plan for a transition, align it with your purchase cycle, avoid operational disruptions, and more—all while also future proofing for tomorrow.

PARTICIPATING PARTNER

North America
August 23 — 2pm ET / 11am PT

Asia-Pacific
August 24 — 11am IST

Europe/Middle East/Africa
August 24 — 11am UTC

August 30 & 31: A Pathway to More Profitable and Sustainable Digital Asset Mining

Volatility in the digital asset mining market, including cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, and others leads to uncertainty in profitability models that can shift drastically from week to week. One of the best ways to insulate yourself from these market fluctuations is to optimize operational costs, allowing you to withstand the low periods and reap the benefits of the high. Immersion cooling can be a key component to help you accomplish this. Join HTS Director of Finance Ryan Skene and other authorities on the subject as they explore topics such as building more efficient and sustainable operations, responding quickly to changes in the cost of energy, when overclocking makes sense (and when it doesn’t), and novel, alternative approaches to powering mining. They’ll also review illustrations of financial models that enable maximum profits.

Webinar attendees will also get a sneak peek of our upcoming crypto-mining-oriented liquid immersion cooling system!

North America
August 30 — 2pm ET / 11am PT

Asia-Pacific
August 31 — 11am IST

Europe/Middle East/Africa
August 31 — 11am UTC

On Demand Webinars

Data Center Sustainability is a Team Sport

It’s no secret that operating a data center is a balancing act. Striving to answer continually increasing demands for compute while also meeting sustainability mandates being imposed by multiple constituencies is no easy task. The good news is there’s no need to do it alone! We’ve empaneled a range of experts to address data center sustainability from a wide breadth of perspectives. You’ll hear from the leading processor manufacturer, sustainability-focused NGOs, a global provider of heat transfer solutions, a premier data center design group, and the leading authority on liquid immersion cooling. Get the answers you need to achieve your organizational goals, while also contributing to a greener world.

PARTICIPATING PARTNERS*

North America

Asia-Pacific

Europe/Middle East/Africa

*Partners vary by session.

Strengthening the Data Center Ecosystem 

Air-cooled data centers simply cannot meet the demands of today’s high-powered processors and high-density deployments, let alone overcome the sustainability challenges posed by their energy use and environmental impact. In this session, you’ll learn how GRC and Dell are partnering on comprehensive solutions—from facility design to server selection and heat reuse—that help operators transition their data centers to environmentally-friendly liquid immersion cooling solutions, dramatically reducing power and water use while also vastly increasing density, scalability, and efficiency.

PARTICIPATING PARTNER

North America

Asia-Pacific

Europe/Middle East/Africa

Further Immerse Yourself in the Technology with These Resources:

2021 Liquid Immersion Cooling Awareness Month Webinar Sessions On Demand

Video: Meet the All-New ICEraQ® Series 10

White Paper: Immersion Cooling Reduces Power Use and Drives Sustainability Efforts in Data Centers

eBook: The Definitive Guide to Immersion Cooling

GRC Blog Library

Case Study: Super Cooling Powers Supercomputing for Port d’Informació Cientifica

Guide: Operating an Immersion-Cooled Data Center

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