A new video release from Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) features the company’s first four-rack total fluid submersion server cooling solution, a 100kW CarnotJet system at Midas Networks. Completed January 2011, this is GRC's 5th installation across a variety of industries.
Green Revolution Cooling’s CarnotJet system, twice named Disruptive Technology of the Year at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC ’09 in Portland and ISC ’10 in New Orleans), is a powerful end-to-end cooling system for data centers. Servers are fully submerged in non-conductive GreenDEF coolant, a dielectric fluid with 1,200x the heat retaining capacity of air. The system can reduce data center cooling costs by 95 percent and total data center costs by 50 percent.
With installations in the US and Europe, including three from the Top 500 supercomputing list, GRC continues to offer a highly efficient alternative to air cooling.
Total Fluid Submersion Server Cooling Video Released
April 14, 2011