With increased reliance on digital technologies, the growth of AI and IoT devices, as well as the rapid adoption of streaming services, data centers are now a critical part of our global infrastructure. In addition to the explosion we’re seeing in global data volumes, data center customers are also demanding more density and faster computing, while at the same time requiring operators to improve efficiencies and operate more sustainably. In the face of this new paradigm, many data center leaders are realizing that traditional air cooling will not be able to remove a sufficient amount heat from servers and other equipment. Microconvective cooling is one possible solution.
In this white paper, JetCool outlines the state of liquid cooling and how the adoption of microconvective cooling can meet modern and future data center needs for heat removal. The paper first explores the different types of liquid cooling and how the technology enables faster compute times. JetCool presents the results of both commissioned surveys and external research on liquid cooling.
The paper then explains how microconvective cooling technology, when integrated with a cold plate design, can provide performance advantages for modern data centers.