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Research: Liquid Cooling Can Reduce Data Center Energy Use

"Liquid-cooled servers at a data center at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory used less energy in certain circumstances than air-cooled servers on site, a lab researcher said Tuesday at the sixth annual Data Center Efficiency Summit hosted by the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG)."

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Liquid Cooling: From HPC To The Enterprise Infrastructure

"Part of the problem with retrofitting existing plant with liquid-cooled solutions is that it can either void OEM warranties on critical components outright, or the new cooling system will have a cost depreciation life cycle that exceeds the warranties of their target devices. A company called Asete…

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LBNL Green Computing With Direct-To-Chip Liquid Cooling

"For 2013, IT and EETD are working with several vendors to evaluate the use of direct-to-chip water cooling for our compute clusters. Used extensively by PC gamers wanting to overclock their home PC processors for maximum performance, this technology is now being adapted for large scale use in the d…

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Extracting Maximum ROI From HPC Server Technologies

"This complimentary report, produced in conjunction with HPCwire, discusses a number of methods by which HPC users can increase the ROI of their installations which include: Software technologies for ROI gain, Server hardware technologies enabling greater efficiency ,Data center power and cooling me…

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Interview: Asetek To Demonstrate Direct-To-Chip Liquid Cooling At ISC’13

"Asetek has been gaining traction with their liquid cooling technology for the datacenter. After checking out their impressive display at SC12, I decided to circle back with Asetek’s Steve Branton to learn more about what the company has in store for ISC’13 in Leipzig."

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NREL’s Skynet Stays Cool With RackCDU

"In an effort to make the most energy efficient datacenter in the world, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is relocating its Skynet HPC cluster to a new datacenter at the Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF) in Golden, Colo. At the heart of this move i…

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DataCenterKnowledge.Com: NREL To Use Hot Water Cooling From Asetek

"The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) looks to join the Department of Defense in utilizing “hot water” liquid cooling, as a retrofit for its Skynet HPC cluster. Asetek announced that NREL will install its RackCDU (Rack Coolant Distribution Unit) direct-to-chip…

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The New Economy: Asetek’s Tech For A Growing Smartphone Market

"The dirty little secret about data centres is all too clear. The many benefits of cloud computing come at a substantial price in terms of energy burdens and climate change effects. Computer scientists and environmentalists alike can both agree that a better way is needed to cool down data centres.…

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InsideHPC.Com: Asetek To Cool HPC Clusters At World’s Northernmost University

"Today Asetek announced that the company’s liquid cooling technology been chosen by the University of Tromsø in Norway for a pilot installation at the university’s HPC facility. Asetek will reduce energy consumption of the data center and enable waste heat from servers to heat the university campus.…

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Energymanagertoday.Com: 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."

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