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Cooling Today’s Hot New Processors

"Asetek is designing advanced liquid cooling systems specifically tailored to cool supercomputer systems incorporating these next generation chips, regardless of whether they are CPUs or GPUs."

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Some Novel New Ways to Improve Air-Cooling

"One way is to augment legacy air systems with a liquid component to accommodate the additional heat generated by high-performance CPUs and GPUs. This is the idea behind Asetek’s Internal Loop system, which delivers what the company calls “enhanced liquid air” to key servers and nodes. The idea is t…

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Penguin Charts Fresh Trajectory for Open Hardware

"The Tundra is noteworthy in its density, its ability to do both air and water cooling in the same system (cooling vendor Asetek is partnered with Penguin for the CTS-1 systems), and the centralized, single power system that provides redundant 12-volt power to the whole rack."

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Rise of Direct-to-Chip Liquid Cooling Highlighted at SC15

"Of the varied approaches to liquid cooling, most remain technical curiosities and fail to show real-world adoption in any significant degree.  In contrast, both Asetek RackCDU D2C™ (Direct-to-Chip) and Internal Loop Liquid Cooling are seeing accelerating adoption both by OEMs and end users.  Asetek…

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Open Compute gets liquid cooling

"Penguin Computing announced that it has selected Asetek to be the provider of the liquid cooling solution for its Open Compute-based high performance computing solution. Penguin will utilize the Asetek RackCDU cooling system as a standard component of its Tundra Extreme Scale HPC server product lin…

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Asetek Enters OEM Purchase Agreement with Penguin Computing

"Today Asetek announced an OEM purchase agreement with HPC vendor Penguin Computing. As a part of the agreement, Penguin will incorporate Asetek’s RackCDU D2Cliquid cooling technology into its Tundra Extreme Scale (ES) HPC server product line. RackCDU direct-to-chip hot water liquid cooling enhances…

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Reducing Your Data Center “Water Guilt”

"Concerns over data center water usage have become topical both in the industry and even in the general press of late.  This is not a bad thing as data center water usage is a legitimate concern. The reality is that the problem is rooted in today’s established approaches to data center cooling."

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Fujitsu LCT: How Hot Water Can Keep Your Data Center Cool

"With server performance and density growing on an annual basis and data centers ever expanding, keeping the appropriate operating temperature can turn into a real challenge both from a technical and a financial perspective. This is particularly true for so-called scale-out environments, i.e. farms …

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Liquid Cooling for OpenPOWER: Asetek Accelerates the Performance of OpenPOWER Platforms

"Asetek® joined the OpenPOWER™ Foundation in July of this year with great enthusiasm. As the world’s leading provider of liquid cooling systems for CPU and GPUs, with over 2 million units sold, Asetek knows it can bring a lot to OpenPOWER designs and enable the community to productize the highest pe…

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Innovation Keeps Supercomputers Cool

"Cooling has become interesting – almost, in a manner of speaking, it’s cool. Hardly a week goes by now, without some announcement of a specially engineering cooling system being installed in a data centre or HPC site."

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