Liquid Cooling Meets Computing Challenges
The amount of data is growing significantly with increases in connected devices/IoT, geo-applications and analytics supported by edge computing, cloud computing and 5G services. Additionally, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual engagements are occurring across all industries, challenging computing infrastructure to keep up with 24/7 operation. Meanwhile, computing professionals around the world are tasked with increasing energy efficiency, consolidating operations and reducing costs.
With increasing budget constraints, the computing industry is focused on lowering energy consumption by installing advanced liquid cooling applications. Liquid cooling offers a powerful tool in helping address efficiency and capacity computing challenges head-on. It’s a key factor in moving the power usage effectiveness (PUE) of computing centers closer to the 1.0 goal.