How Colo Data Centers Can Prepare to Incorporate Direct Liquid Cooling

Colocation (Colo) data centers contain infrastructure that can process and store the massive amounts of data generated by HPC, artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning (DL), and data analytics applications. Colo data centers face increasing demands from customers for higher density racks using chips with high thermal limits. But using this technology generates excessive heat, uses more power, increases Colo operating costs (OPEX), and can cause processor performance degradation from heat-related issues. Colos using traditional air-cooled data center solutions may not be able to keep up with the need to reduce energy consumption and maintain infrastructure performance.

Explore the challenges faced by Colos in cooling server infrastructure within the data center and learn the benefits of CoolIT’s DLC.

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