Traditionally reserved for mainframes and supercomputers, liquid cooling is now being utilized by enterprise and even edge data centers. New, more demanding IT workloads like AI and machine learning are pushing up power densities, leaving data center managers looking for more efficient alternatives to air-based cooling systems.
Direct liquid cooling is becoming the big thing in data centers. Vendors, both established and emerging, sense an opportunity for real change this time around as the technology and business environment puts data centers under increasingly more pressure to deliver online services for less money and less energy.
By eliminating the need for cooling fans within each server and air conditioning equipment for the server room, liquid cooling can reduce data center power consumption by as much as 40% versus traditional air-cooled approach.
In this webinar, join experts from Vertiv and GRC as we explore the technology behind liquid immersion cooling, its benefits, and what are the technology requirements in deploying liquid immersion cooling in data centers.