The technologies supporting the next generation of immersion cooling have already come a long way. Many challenges facing integrated liquid cooling architectures are being put to rest with innovative approaches to all-in-one liquid cooling solutions. A new Data Center Frontier special report, courtesy of TMGcore, looks at how liquid cooling is driving the evolution of the data center industry.
Insights: Data Center Cooling
Cooling is one of the primary purposes of data centers. Data center cooling has been the focus of extraordinary progress, as innovations and the application of best practices have brought dramatic gains in energy efficiency. Chief among these improvements has been the use of free cooling, most notably air-side economization. Other techniques gaining traction include water-side economization, direct and indirect evaporative cooling.
At Data Center Frontier, we're also tracking innovations in liquid cooling to handle high-density workloads in high performance computing (HPC) and supercomputing. These include the use of warm water cooling, immersion cooling, phase change cooling technologies. Liquid cooling has been adopted at the row, rack and chip in different implementations.
While most data centers have the luxury of sophisticated thermal controls, that isn’t always the case with servers in the field. Kevin Jackson of Emcor Enclosures discusses a cost-effective and highly efficient approach to server cooling in sub-optimal conditions.
New requirements around efficiency and using space wisely mean that leaders in the technology space need to look at cooling differently. A new Data Center Frontier special report, courtesy of TMGcore, looks at how liquid cooling is driving the evolution of the data center industry.
Traditional cooling systems will certainly still have their place in the data center. However, new types of workloads simply require a new way to cool the servers on which they operate. A new Data Center Frontier special report, courtesy of TMGcore, looks at how liquid cooling is driving the evolution of the data center industry.
When it comes to picking the right data center, the importance of density—and specifically power density—is often overlooked. Jerry Blair of DataBank takes a closer look at three critical density factors and highlights a specific density use case to show why colocation density is an important factor to consider.
The challenge for many in the data center industry is how to leverage density and space more effectively while still being able to scale critical resources. A new Data Center Frontier special report, courtesy of TMGcore, looks at how liquid cooling is driving the evolution of the data center industry.
Data center cooling startup Forced Physics Data Center Technology is entering the edge computing market, offering an outdoor server enclosure that can operate without water or traditional air cooling.
Join Rich Miller and a group of industry experts, including Joe Capes of LiquidStack, on August 26 for an informative webinar on liquid immersion cooling.
Data center cooling is rapidly evolving as the adoption of liquid cooling allows the industry to redefine density and support next-generation computing capabilities. As data volume and computing power increases, data centers need to optimize their cooling solutions to keep up with customer demands. Get the special report from Data Center Frontier, in partnership with TMGcore, that looks at the state of today’s data center cooling and how liquid cooling technologies impact data center design.
Nautilus Data Technologies continues to raise funding to pursue its vision for water-cooled data centers in new second-tier markets. The company has lined up UIL Limited for the first $10 million in a $50 million offering of convertible notes.