The demand for high density servers and high-performance computing continues to grow – as does the amount of heat generated by all this computing power. Data center operators have relied on conventional air cooling systems for decades, but in this new world, room-scale air-conditioning simply can’t keep up. For many organizations, air cooling is becoming a liability due to its inefficiencies, high energy costs, and the use of climate-threatening chemicals. Fortunately, precision liquid cooling offers a simple, safe and sustainable alternative to traditional heat reduction technologies.
This special report, written by Paul Gillin and featuring Chatsworth Products and Zutacore, explores the latest in liquid cooling, including direct-on-chip, waterless, and dielectric. First, Paul outlines the advantages of liquid cooling, exploring both the benefits and risks associated with water cooling.
Then Paul dives into one of the most promising liquid cooling techniques being adopted by the industry: dielectric fluid. A dielectric fluid is a non-conductive liquid with very high resistance to electrical breakdown that’s most efficiently used in direct-on-chip, waterless, two-phase liquid cooling. Download the report that includes a real-life example of how this technology was used by a large colocation provider.
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