GRC (Green Revolution Cooling) has launched a new immersion cooling design for extreme-density computing that can support up to 200 kilowatts (kW) of server capacity.
Green Revolution Cooling
Founded in 2009, Green Revolution Cooling is leading the way in immersion cooling technology. Their waterless cooling system, CarnotJet, immerse servers in ElectroSafe coolant to efficiently cool servers without the need for additional fans or air conditioners. This technology has been utilized in high-density applications such as supercomputing, cryptocurrency mining, and edge computing.
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Data center cooling specialist GRC (Green Revolution Cooling) has raised $7 million in a Series B funding from private investors, which will allow the company to accelerate the development of its immersion cooling technology.
The new Frontera supercomputer at the University of Texas combines several approaches to liquid cooling, including GPUs immersed in dielectric liquid coolant fluid, and x86 servers using direct water cooling to the processor.
Several new projects use immersion cooling to deliver compute capacity in a smaller form factor, an approach that could prove useful in creating micro data centers to support the Internet of Things.
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