Support to reduce data centre costs with liquid cooling
Teams dedicated to working with customers and partners to implement liquid cooling in data centres have been established by Super Micro Computing. Liquid cooling reduces costs and allows demanding computing applications to run with less jitter and at faster CPU frequencies, explained Supermicro. Working with customers, the company will design, implement and test the latest liquid cooling technologies at the rack level, ensuring a quick and seamless installation in customers’ data centres. Customers who implement a liquid cooling solution can improve data centre )power usage effectiveness (PUE and total cost of ownership (TCO) by over 40 per cent on power costs, reported Supermicro.
The company’s most popular servers – GPU, SuperBlade, BigTwin, and Ultra systems – can be outfitted with liquid cooling technology that reduces operating expenditure while keeping the data centre systems operating at maximum performance levels.
The GPU Systems, SuperBlades, BigTwin and Ultra systems have been identified as the best choice for artificial intelligence (AI), high performance computing (HPC), and related workloads where high-frequency and densely packed CPUs and GPUs are required.
The company’s cooling systems range from small to large scale. Each case evaluates a customer’s specific requirements and limitations, including direct to chip (D2C) cooling, immersion cooling, rear-door heat exchanger (RDHx) cooling, or a combination of these technologies. D2C cooling can be installed in each server, or entire systems can be immersed in a liquid for maximum heat removal.
Supermicro works very closely with customers to determine the best suitable liquid cooling. Engineers will design the solution based on the types of systems chosen and the data centre infrastructure which can be used in all or part of a data centre to optimise the operating environment.
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