Data centers are critical to our modern digital infrastructure, supporting everything from e-commerce and social media to finance and healthcare. As the demand for data center capacity continues to grow, so does the need for effective cooling solutions. Traditionally, data centers have relied on HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems to manage the temperature and humidity within the facility. However, with rising energy prices and the increasing thermal design power per chip (TDP), air cooling has become increasingly inadequate. That’s where direct chip cooling comes in.