Latest liquid cooling publications

Microsoft using two-phase immersion cooling

Microsoft has moved beyond liquid cooling in one of its data centres, using two-phase immersion cooling to maintain temperature on active production servers.

Husam Alissa, principal hardware engineer for Microsoft, said, “We are the first cloud provider that is running two-phase immersion cooling in a production environment.”

Making liquid cooling a more predictable investment

Combining liquid cooling and Digital Twins can directly support sustainability goals, improve data centre capacity and reduce operating costs.

Avnet Integrated, Schneider Electric and Iceotope Deliver the Industry’s First Commercially Available HPC Micro Data Center Solution Cool...

Addition of Lenovo technology to solution enables workloads to be deployed closer to where data is generated London, UK – Jan. 28, 2021 – Avnet (Nasdaq: AVT), Schneider Electric and Iceotope have been joined by Lenovo to deploy its Lenovo ThinkSystem SR670 servers in a highly scalable, GPU-rich, liquid-cooled micro data center solution. Sealed at… Read More

Motivair launches dynamic cold plates for direct liquid cooling

Mission-critical cooling innovator Motivair has launched dynamic cold plates for direct liquid cooling that deliver thermal performance of up to 100 watts per processor. The patent-pending technology, unveiled at international high-performance computing conference SC20, allows CPUs and GPUs to operate at peak performance without the use of skived microchannels, said New York-based Motivair, which technology features in several Top500 supercomputers.

Crédit Agricole selects Asperitas for immersion liquid cooling

Dutch liquid cooling company Asperitas has struck a deal with Crédit Agricole to supply immersion liquid cooling technology across its data centre portolio.

In a 2018 pilot Asperitas liquid cooling was installed at the Crédit Agricole Greenfield data centre, the bank’s largest, where it managed more than 40 percent of the bank’s workloads.