In response to growing water scarcity and global water demand, there has been an increased focus on the development of innovative, efficient cooling technologies for data centers. One example is StatePoint Liquid Cooling (SPLC) which can reduce data center water usage by more than 20 percent in hot & humid climates and up to 90 percent in cooler climates, achieved through a liquid-to-air heat exchanger which cools the water as it evaporates through a membrane separation layer. In this session, we will discuss this technology and other innovation in cooling designs such as water-on-the-chip, as well as the impact proper water management has on data center asset life cycle costs, water & energy use efficiency and operational health risks.
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W3BCLOUD touted as ‘first independent cloud computing blockchain infrastructure’ Blockchain heavyweight ConsenSys is partnering with hardware giant AMD and Abu Dhabi-based Halo Holdings to develop W3BCLOUD – a new cloud solution built for blockchain workloads. It’s no surprise that ConsenSys is in charge of software duties for the new platform and that it will be... Read More
Firm determined to expand data centre presence with new ARM-based CPU and servers, despite growing political resistance from abroad Huawei has unveiled its new ARM-based Kunpeng 920 chip, a next-generation chip for servers, despite mounting resistance to its hardware from abroad. Huawei said the chipset, developed in partnership with UK-based ARM holdings, is faster and... Read More