The Tide is Turning Toward Liquid Cooling in Datacenters

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In this Analyst Report 451 Research discusses: direct liquid cooling (DLC), a set of techniques that removes heat from chips and other electronics without air as a medium, has evolved from niche applications in mainframes, high-performance systems and gaming rigs to become a datacenter-class technology. Unlike past efforts that were specific to a brand of servers or a large supercomputing project, the DLC systems available today are flexible and can support a wide range of systems, including custom specifications. Learn how immersion cooling helps next-generation applications while reducing risks.


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