The Immersion Cooling Authority August 2018 | Vol. 2
Traditionally reserved for mainframes and academic supercomputers, liquid cooling may soon be seeping into more enterprise data centers. New, more demanding enterprise workloads are pushing up power densities, leaving data center managers looking for more efficient alternatives to air-based cooling systems.
Containerized Liquid Immersion Cooling System
Need to add computing power in the middle of nowhere? Want to expand your data center but only have a parking lot to do so? Can’t move everything to the cloud and need to find a hybrid approach for storage? Data center running out of capacity? ICEtank immersion cooling solutions from Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) are the answer.
They’re turnkey data center containers with complete cooling and power infrastructure that give you total location flexibility – even for adverse conditions.
Data Center Frontier
The Open Compute Project (OCP) is working to enable wider adoption of liquid cooling, citing demand from hyperscale computing providers, as well as new applications in edge computing. The move reflects growing use of liquid cooling to handle high-density workloads for artificial intelligence and other next-generation technologies.
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