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EcoDataCenter deploys liquid cooling tech by Iceotope
EcoDataCenter’s Sweden colocation facility will lead the way in offering chassis-level immersion cooling technology for customer’s hosted IT loads.
Data center construction looks towards liquid cooling power
Key trends in data center construction include efforts to reduce power consumption and carbon emissions, improve operations, and the deployment of liquid cooling to support AI and big data analytics.
Shell co-develops liquid immersion cooling fluid with Asperitas
According to Shell, the fluid is specifically designed to reduce energy costs and emissions due to its properties in thermodynamics, cooling efficiency, and emissions.
Lenovo, Intel & Harvard build liquid-cooled supercomputer
Lenovo, Intel, and Harvard University are the driving forces behind an effort to create Harvard’s first liquid-cooled supercomputer, nicknamed Cannon.
Schneider Electric collaborates on liquid cooling solutions
Schneider Electric, Avnet and Iceotope are teaming up to jointly develop new liquid cooling solutions for data centers.
Data centre liquid cooling market set to skyrocket
The industry is set to benefit from a number of factors, with a number of vendors leading the way in innovation.
Liquid cooling key to silencing a noisy data centre
Data centre are famous for being very noisy, but Schneider Electric's Steven Carlini says liquid cooling infrastructure could change that.
Schneider Electric's bets for the 2019 data centre industry
From IT and telco merging to the renaissance of liquid cooling, here are the company's top predictions for the year ahead.
New cooling regulations driving innovation for data centres
The cooling practices of data centres around the world have been placed under the microscope of regulation - Vertiv is hard at work on new innovation.
Exclusive: Schneider Electric CTO stirs data centre disruption debate
Kevin Brown says the last ten years has seen huge gains in the data centre industry, but now we need to start innovating for the next ten years.