Follow Neowin, Intel now works closely with Green Revolution Cooling to test and develop such cooling frameworks for various Intel data center customers.
Green Revolution Cooling – or GRC, is known as a company that develops liquid-immersion cooling and other similar technologies for data centers.
A liquid-immersion cooling system demonstrated by Gigabyte at CES 2019
During liquid-immersion cooling, components are completely submerged in a dielectric heat-conducting liquid to cool the hardware. Currently, Xeon Scalable CPUs are being used for the purpose of testing this cooling system by GRC. Data center customers are ready to adopt this type of cooling as it will improve the overall power efficiency (PUE) of the system.
Talking about the partnership, GRC said: “As processing power becomes increasingly dense in servers to support computing-intensive applications such as artificial intelligence, data center operators across the globe are trying to increase efficiency while also increasing computing power. Intel and GRC’s partnership ensures that as new liquid formulations enter the market, data centers can be confident these fluids meet safety, material compatibility standards and thermal efficiency”.