Vlad Friedman CTO at DataBank, explores data center cooling options, and highlights the rear door cooler system, which the company is implementing at its new ATL1 data center in Atlanta.
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Rack densities are beginning to rise, and some companies specializing in liquid cooling for the data center industry are investing in growth. Others see more potential in the fast-growing esports market.
There’s a challenge that’s come up in recent years regarding cooling technology and strategies for businesses like data centers and colocation firms. That’s understanding the differences between comfort, or residential cooling units being used in computer room applications. The new white paper from Schulz highlights the differences between precision cooling versus comfort cooling.
There is no shortage of misinformation defining the appropriate use of air conditioning equipment and specifying the delineation between comfort cooling applications and computer room applications. To make sense of it all, it helps to understand the history and the evolution of the various requirements for computer room cooling. Download the new white paper from Schulz that walks readers through the ins and outs of the changing requirements for computer room cooling, and helps them choose the best cooling options for their businesses.
Liquid cooling technology specialists Submer Immersion Cooling and ZutaCore are rolling out new designs at the Open Compute Project Summit 2019, which begins today in San Jose. The OCP demos reflect growing interest in high-density cooling among hyperscale operators.
Google is shifting to liquid cooling for its latest version of its artificial intelligence hardware, as the heat generated by its new Tensor Processing Units (TPUs) has exceeded the limits of its previous data center cooling solutions.
LiquidCool Solutions immerses server components inside a sealed chassis filled with dielectric fluid. The company is targeting the market for high-density cooling, where the growth of AI and HPC is boosting interest in liquid-cooled solutions.
New hardware for cloud computing and machine learning is bringing beefier workloads into the data center, creating opportunity for service providers specializing in high-density cooling.
The rise of artificial intelligence, and the GPU computing hardware that often supports it, is reshaping the data center industry’s relationship with power density.
Liquid cooling isn’t just for servers and data center racks any longer. Now, learn about specific use-cases revolving around cooling GPU cards like the NVIDIA Tesla K80!