The rise of machine learning has put some wind behind liquid cooling in data centers. We decided to spend July taking a closer look at the trend and answering some big questions surrounding it. Here's everything that we've learned.
Yes, in some cases you’ll need gloves and aprons, but once you get some practice with liquid, it may provide a more comfortable working environment.
Uptime Institute has issued its eighth annual Global Data Center Survey report • Expensive downtime was up in this years survey • Gains were found in energy efficiency and server density
The rise of machine learning is driving adoption of liquid cooling, but the switch from air to liquid isn’t simple.
Microsoft has filed for permits to add 72 diesel generators at its Quincy, Washington, data center campus
Google’s use of AI to optimize data center efficiency has entered a new phase
The company’s latest AI processors drove its data center power density to unprecedented levels.
These companies are innovating on the decades-old method for cooling computers.
These companies can’t wait for the edge computing “floodgates” to open.
Experts agree that liquid cooling can produce energy savings, but power density is what drives companies to use it