Webinar: The Seamless Transition: From Air-Cooled to Liquid Cooling Systems in the Era of Rising Chip Power

Oct. 17, 2023
This presentation delves into the transformative shift from conventional air-cooled IT systems to liquid cooling solutions amidst the escalating demands of chip power consumption.
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This event was originally held on October 17, 2023 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: nVent Hoffman
Duration:
1 Hour

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Summary

This presentation delves into the transformative shift from conventional air-cooled IT systems to liquid cooling solutions amidst the escalating demands of chip power consumption. The discussion will explore the trends driving this change, including the relentless increase in chip power and the pivotal role of AI and advanced applications. Liquid cooling emerges as a game-changing solution, with a focus on its seamless adoption and the remarkable efficiency it offers in heat management. 

Discover how this transition can enhance efficiency, reliability, sustainability, and data center density while addressing the evolving needs of the IT industry.


Speaker
Matthew Archibald
Director Technical Architecture Data Solutions
nVent
Matt Archibald is the Director of Technical Architecture at nVent, supporting the data center and networking space. Matt is deeply focused on liquid cooling (close-coupled and direct-to-chip), unified infrastructure management, data center monitoring, and automated data center  infrastructure management. Previously, Matt was the Global Installation & Planning Architect for Lenovo Professional Services and spent over 15 years in the data center space. Previous to this, Matt worked as a development engineer in the IBM System x and BladeCenter power development lab doing power subsystem design for BladeCenter and System x servers.

Matt holds 62 patents for various data center and hypervisor technologies. He holds four degrees from Clarkson University in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, and Computer Science and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics Engineering from Auckland University of Technology.

Matthew Vincent
Editor-in-Chief
Data Center Frontier

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