To support operations, today’s data centers need a totally different type of infrastructure from what was required just a few years ago. Density levels are higher, AI and other cognitive processes require more power, and our world is generating exponentially more data than in years past. These factors are driving data center leaders to adopt a redesign mentality, especially when it comes to data center cooling. Leaders find themselves needing a way to effectively leverage density and space while also scaling critical resources. Liquid cooling adoption is helping to overcome these challenges.
Liquid cooling has been around since the 1970s, when it was used within mainframe systems. Once seen as something that just added complexity to data center design, liquid cooling is now becoming a mainstream practice for data centers looking to modernize.
Register today, at no cost, for the webinar, “The State of Data Center Cooling,” scheduled for Wednesday, February 23 at 2 p.m. EST.
Join Data Center Frontier’s Editor in Chief Rich Miller for an hour long webinar on Wednesday, February 23 at 2pm, when Rich will discuss the current state of data center cooling with JD Enright, CEO and Founder of TMGcore.
Attendees will learn what organizations are doing around their cooling profile, including how they’re integrating liquid cooling. Miller and Enright will explore real-world case studies and talk about how much liquid cooling has evolved over the past few years. The discussion will include a deep dive on:
- Key trends that will impact your cooling profile
- Design techniques for efficient cooling
- What are facts and what are myths with regards to liquid cooling
- Cooling consideration for edge and modular
- Tips for those considering a deployment of liquid cooling
There will be a live question and answer session during the event.
Don’t miss this live webinar and discussion on Wednesday, February 23. Register today for “The State of Data Center Cooling.”
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