Webinar About Unlocking the Power of Cooling in Data Center Retrofits & New Builds Hosted by 451 Research, CEI, AEI and ZutaCoreLearn About Opportunities to Dissipate Heat to Meet Growing Demand for High Performance Computing
Join thought leaders in data center cooling, engineering, and infrastructure deployments in a discussion about economically attractive ways to scale-up to support high performance computing demands.
Webinar: Unlocking the Power of Cooling in Data Center Retrofits & New Builds
Cupertino Electric Inc., Affiliated Engineers Inc., ZutaCore and Daniel Bizo, senior analyst data centers for 451 Research reveal how to leverage waterless, two-phase change, direct-on-chip liquid cooling to unlock the power of cooling.
THURS, APRIL 11 | 8 a.m. PST, 11 a.m. EST (1 hour including Q+A)
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With high performance applications placing higher demands on computing systems and mainstream data centers, the question of cooling is more critical than ever. With direct-to-chip water-cooling running the risk of IT meltdown and air-cooling approaching its limits, data center operators are looking for economically attractive ways to scale-up high performance computing demands, whether for new builds, EDGE Data Centers or data center retrofits. With an ever growing extensive install base of existing data centers, an enormous opportunity exists for computing densification, and making use of stranded mechanical and electrical assets. With the ZutaCore HyperCool2TM technology, densification and eliminating stranded power and cooling can be achieved while reducing future infrastructure CAPEX and OPEX!
The new HyperCool2 technology is driving a data center revolution with a single, closed-loop, waterless, two-phase change, direct-on-chip liquid cooling solution. Unlike the phenomena of specific/sensible heat transfer used when circulating liquid, HyperCool2 leverages a latent heat phenomenon where the dielectric refrigerant boils and evaporates rapidly. That yields unparalleled heat dissipation upwards of 1,000W at the chip level into 1U servers to accommodate cabinet power densities of tens of kW. This complete hardware system, enhanced by a software-defined-cooling platform further improves energy efficiency and delivers consistently superior results, in any climate by optimizing the cooling system with the server load.
Technology analyst firm 451 Research forecasts global data center capacity to expand by about 43 gigawatts in the five years to 2023, at a compound annual growth rate of around 7.5 percent. Led by cloud providers, this growth will open up vast opportunities for vendors of liquid cooling systems to help data center operators optimize the cost and performance of their infrastructure and meet demands for applications such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and 5G communication systems - agnostic to climate and site layout.
Join 451 Research, Cupertino Electric, Inc. (CEI) and Affiliated Engineers, Inc. (AEI) for a discussion about how they are providing customers solutions with a clear path to retrofitting data centers and maximizing investments. They will walk through a use-case scenario to show how customers can leverage existing data center assets and triple computing density, halve footprints and achieve ROI in less than three years, all while eliminating the risk of IT meltdown. Along with ZutaCore, they will be available to answer questions about the benefits of technology and the real life deployment process.
For more, please read Daniel Bizo’s recent report, “ZutaCore Joins the Startup Crowd to Surf the Coming Wave of Liquid Cooling,” here:
Meet the Panel:
- 451 Research, Daniel Bizo
- Senior Analyst Data Centers & Critical Infrastructure
- Cupertino Electric, Inc., Bruce Baxter
- Senior VP and Modular Data Center Division Leader
- As a 41-year construction industry veteran, Bruce is a member of the executive leadership team, drives field operational excellence and oversees some of the most innovative data center projects being built in the U.S. today.
- Affiliated Engineers, Inc., Matt Koukl
- DCEP-G, Principal, Market Leader Mission Critical
- Matt is a Data Center Power Density efficiency specialist who devises innovative cooling approaches using leading cooling technologies for commercial, government, higher education, healthcare, research, and manufacturing clients
- ZutaCore, Udi Paret
- Udi has more than 25 years of global operations experience and brings with him extensive knowledge from advising Silicon Valley start-ups and leading companies including Solaria and 3Com.
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