As the need for increased speed and lower energy usage advance, cooling is the critical technology that makes both achievable. New technologies are being adapted at the row, rack and chip level. Understanding key advances and new cooling options is now critical to sustainable operations.
To help you better understand air based cooling, direct on chip cooling and optimizing the cooling cycle, Data Center Frontier has gathered industry experts and resources to explain the latest trends, strategies and technologies.
Below you’ll find our latest special report on the topic, as well as information on how you can participate in the Data Center Frontier Cooling Education Forum, a one-day, multi-session webinar featuring industry leaders from Data Center Frontier, Chatsworth Products, nVent, ZutaCore and M&M Carnot.
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Here’s a brief summary of The Data Center Innovation Will Change the Way You Think About Liquid Cooling, a new special report featuring Chatsworth Products and Zutacore.
Part 1: It's Time to Change the Way You Think About Liquid Cooling: The growing demand for high-density servers to support high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and data analytics workloads at a massive scale is challenging conventional approaches to data center cooling. In our first article, we explore how technology, especially around liquid cooling, has evolved to meet changing demands.
Part 2: The Advantages of Liquid Cooling: The benefits of liquid cooling go beyond power efficiency. As the report outlines, the technology also improves the performance of CPUs and GPUs.
Part 3: Liquid Cooling: Going Beyond Water: Water-based cooling comes with risk and drawbacks, which is why the industry have been moving towards more-efficient chemical alternatives. Go beyond water and dive into the benefits of dielectric fluid and direct-on-chip cooling.
Part 4: How to Prepare Your Data Center for Liquid Cooling: The special report concludes with a short cast study that highlights how one data center implemented direct-on-chip cooling. You’ll also learn how to prepare your data center for the future.
Download the full report, The Data Center Innovation Will Change the Way You Think About Liquid Cooling, to learn more.
Data Center Frontier Cooling Educational Forum – August 29
We also invite you to join us for the Data Center Frontier Cooling Educational Forum. We’ll gather experts from Data Center Frontier, Chatsworth Products, M&M Carnot, nVent and ZutaCore on August 29 for a series of interactive webinars. During this one-day event, we’ll explore the latest data center cooling trends, strategies and technologies.
Session 1: The Data Center Innovation Will Change the Way You Think About Liquid Cooling (11 a.m. – 12 p.m. EST)Join Matt Vincent, Editor-in-Chief of Data Center Frontier, as he sits down with industry veterans from Chatsworth Products and ZutaCore to discuss their joint liquid cooling solution that’s built on advanced thermal management technology.
Featured speakers include Sam Rodriquez, Senior Product Manager, Cabinets Containment & Industrial Solutions for Chatsworth Products and Alison Deane, Vice President of Marketing at ZutaCore.
Session 2 – Sustainable Data Center Cooling: Benefits of Using CO2 as a Refrigerant (12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Eastern)
Carbon Dioxide (R-744) has long been used as a refrigerant, but what are the benefits and differences of using CO2 as a refrigerant for data center cooling compared to synthetic refrigerants?
Session 3 - The Drive to Liquid Cooling – Features, Benefits, and Seeing Through the Hype (1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Eastern)The rapid advancement of chips and systems, constantly striving for increased speed and performance, has led data center professionals to explore liquid cooling technologies more extensively.
In this webinar, Matt Vincent, Editor-in-Chief of Data Center Frontier, and Matthew Archibald, Director Technical Architecture Data Solutions at nVent, will contextualize the media and marketing hype around liquid cooling by examining various applications and technologies to determine the most suitable deployment scenarios.
Register today to attend the webinars live on August 26. Your registration gets you access to all three sessions.
Can’t make one of the webinars? Register now and get automatically notified when the sessions are available for “On Demand” viewing.
To learn more liquid cooling, check out these great resources:
The optimal operation of the various electronic installations and electronic equipment in a data center depends largely on appropriate cooling measures. The heat generated by servers and other data transmission devices can be detrimental to their performance and durability. Therefore, it is crucial to implement effective cooling strategies to protect and maintain an optimal environment in your data center. This white paper presents cooling strategies you can use to optimize your data center’s operation and ensure it is protected.
Download Cooling Strategies to Protect Your Data Center to learn more.
Air cooling on its own is no longer sufficient to simply meet your current operational needs. Environmental issues and a focus on sustainability mean that you need to make your facilities more environmentally friendly. In this white paper, you’ll learn why now is the time to be getting ready for the future.
Download the full report, Liquid Cooling is in Your Future to learn more.
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