Fujitsu Incorporates Asetek Liquid Cooling in Product Line

Fujitsu Incorporates Asetek Liquid Cooling in Product Line

Asetek entered a global purchase agreement with Fujitsu Technology Solutions wherein Fujitsu will incorporate Asetek’s RackCDU D2C liquid cooling technology into its high performance computing (HPC) server product line. RackCDU liquid cooling improves data center performance by increasing energy efficiency and server density. Asetek expects … Read more…

Asetek Wins $3.5M Project for Liquid Cooling of Data Centers

Asetek Wins $3.5M Project for Liquid Cooling of Data Centers

The California Energy Commission (CEC) hired Asetek to perform a $3,552,678 project to install RackCDU D2C liquid-cooling in two large-scale, super computing data centers in California. The project will include installation of Asetek’s RackCDU in about 90 racks of servers and the addition of RackCDU … Read more…

Study Verifies Asetek Saves Data Centers 50% in Cooling Costs

Study Verifies Asetek Saves Data Centers 50% in Cooling Costs

A 6-month study of the energy savings potential of Asetek RackCDU supports claims of 50 percent and higher reductions in data center cooling costs with RackCDU D2C (Direct-to-Chip) technology. RackCDU D2C directly cools the hottest components in a server (CPUs and memory) with hot or cold … Read more…

NREL Uses Asetek RackCDU for World’s Most Energy Efficient Data Center

NREL Uses Asetek RackCDU for World’s Most Energy Efficient Data Center

The US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will install Asetek’s RackCDU warm-water, liquid-cooling system as a retrofit to NREL’s Skynet high performance computing center (HPC) cluster. As part of this liquid-cooling retrofit, the cluster will be relocated into the new data center … Read more…

Interxion Uses Seawater to Cool Stockholm Data Center

Interxion Uses Seawater to Cool Stockholm Data Center

Interxion has cut energy costs at its Stockholm, Sweden data center (pictured) by 80 percent using a cooling system that gets chilled water from the sea, and Google uses a similar technique in Hamina, Finland, ZDNet reports.

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Liquid-Cooled Server Cuts Energy Consumption Up to 97 Percent

Liquid-Cooled Server Cuts Energy Consumption Up to 97 Percent

A liquid-cooled computer server being tested at the University of Leeds could cuts energy consumption for cooling by between 80-97 percent, according to UK company Iceotope, which designed and built the server.

While most computers use air to cool their electronics, all of the components in the Iceotope server (pictured) are completely immersed in liquid.

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Asetek Participates in DoD Program, Opens Data Center Cooling Demo

Asetek Participates in DoD Program, Opens Data Center Cooling Demo

The Department of Defense has selected Asetek’s ISAC (Inside Server Air Conditioning) liquid-cooling product to participate in its Transformative Reductions in Operational Energy Consumption (TROPEC) program.

TROPEC is a collaborative DoD and Department of Energy program that targets energy efficiency for critical applications at military forward operations such as data centers and communications.

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DoD Data Centers to Use Asetek Liquid-Cooling

DoD Data Centers to Use Asetek Liquid-Cooling

Asetek has been selected to perform a $2 million project to retrofit a major Department of Defense data center with its direct-to-chip liquid-cooling technology.

The product (pictured), called RackCDU (short for Rack Coolant Distribution Unit), brings liquid-cooling directly to the hottest elements inside every server in a data center, and can save more than 50 percent in cooling costs, the company says.

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