Sandia’s Liquid Cooled Data Center Boosts Efficiency and Resiliency

When Sandia installed the 650-kW Attaway supercomputer at their Albuquerque HPC data center in 2019, they sought innovative cooling concepts that would reduce the massive computer system’s significant energy use. Technology partner Chilldyne offered a unique solution: a liquid system that operates under vacuum pressure for resilient, energy-efficient data center cooling. The Chilldyne cooling system…

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Negative Pressure Liquid Cooling – TechVision Research

Negative Pressure Liquid Cooling – TechVision Research

A variety of technology, business and market factors are driving increased demand for liquid cooling solutions. This demand was initially focused on supporting the cooling of supercomputers and high-performance applications, but it is expanding to a far broader range of hardware throughout data centers, cloud computing/co-location facilities and a wide variety of other use cases.The…

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