maincubes Partners with Asperitas to Deliver Immersion Cooling Solutions

Originally posted to Data Center POST

European data center owner and operator maincubes recently announced its partnership with Asperitas, a global immersion cooling scaleup, to offer immersion cooling solutions from dedicated colocation suites in the maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 data center.

maincubes has colocation data centers located in Amsterdam (AMS01) and in Frankfurt (FRA01). The dedicated immersion cooling colocation suites in the Amsterdam facility offer enterprise organizations, cloud service providers (CSPs) and telecom providers a data center suite that is fully aligned for unique cooling technology ideal for high-density compute applications like AI (artificial intelligence), HPC (high-performance computing) and machine learning. Asperitas’ immersion cooling technology allows for high-density equipment setups to be operated energy efficiently, enabling energy-intensive hardware deployments to function at the highest possible utilization rate while reducing the data center space required for AI, HPC and machine learning workloads. 

“These colocation suites are uniquely developed for housing Asperitas’ immersion cooling technology,” said Joris te Lintelo, Vice President of Sales at maincubes. “We’re delighted to partner with Asperitas in their quest to empower world markets with their proven immersion cooling solutions. Our jointly offered immersion cooling solutions also meet the expectations of OCP-associated data center users, as it may bring them high levels of additional efficiencies for OCP use cases.”

AMS01 is home to the European Open Compute Project (OCP) Experience Center, which aligns with the goals of Asperitas — a leading OCP standards contributor in the field of immersion cooling. The European OCP Experience Center matches Asperitas’ membership with the Open Compute Project and supports their efforts to drive global OCP data center standardization for immersion cooling through technical specification contributions to the OCP community.

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