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5 major perks of direct liquid cooling in data centers

Data center power densities push air cooling to its limits. This white paper explains how direct liquid cooling (DLC) works, and digs into 5 key benefits:

  1. Energy Efficiency - DLC is far superior to air cooling, reducing power usage and energy costs.
  2. Performance - Ensures CPUs and GPUs operate at ideal temperatures for maximum output.
  3. Cost Savings - Lowers energy and maintenance costs, providing an economical cooling solution.
  4. Environmental Impact - DLC's efficiency aids renewable energy use and heat recapture.
  5. Scalability - Prepares data centers for the increasing demands of AI and edge computing.

Learn how DLC can transform data center operations in the full white paper.

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  • Datacentre power and cooling: What you need to know

    Energy is a contentious topic of conversation within datacentre circles, as operators are constantly looking for ways to boost the efficiency of their facilities to keep costs low.

    Swapping out mechanical cooling systems in favour of free-air alternatives can generate sizeable energy savings for some facilities, while increasing the amount of renewable power in their energy mix can also bring about similar benefits for others.

    Infrastructure upgrades can also contribute towards driving down energy use, as operators swap out ageing hardware for better-performing, more efficient kit, or remodel their entire facilities to make them more efficient and less of a drain on resources.

    It is not just economic pressures that regularly force the datacentre community to take a closer look at their energy usage habits, though. The sector regularly finds itself coming under fire on from environmentalists, lobbyists and governments, as concerns grow about where operators source their energy from and how this may impact local supplies.

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