Keeping it Cool: Liquid Cooling Options for High-Density Data Centers

As technology advances and computing power continues to increase, the demand for high-capacity racks is also on the rise. With specific computing applications requiring more and more processing power, many organizations are looking for racks with requirements of 45 kW or more. However, traditional air cooling systems have limitations when it comes to cooling high-density racks, as air does not have the thermal transfer properties needed to efficiently provide adequate cooling. This can decrease power, decrease performance and reliability of specialized servers, and become less energy efficient as rack power increases.
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