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!
Your data center needs a better way to cool off. Now, liquid cooling technologies can take the heat off of your data center and introduce next generation levels of optimization.
Cloud, big data, and high density computing are all changing data center and server requirements. Learn about revolutionary liquid cooling methodologies designed for next-generation workloads, supporting modern business use-cases.
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Aquila Systems and cooling specialist Clustered Systems introduced a new server offering warm-water liquid cooling for hyperscale data centers using Open Compute designs.
Ebullient Cooling has introduced a two-phase liquid cooling solution that delivers dielectric fluid directly to the processor. The data center cooling startup says it is gaining wins in the HPC sector, but also sees opportunities in the small business market.
A supercomputer immersed it in tanks of liquid coolant? This sci-fi scenario has created a real-world scientific computing powerhouse.