jet CoolA startup born at MIT Lincoln Laboratories, developed a refrigeration technology who can get you data center servers and high-performance computing equipment thathave low power consumptionand therefore allow to reduce the carbon footprint of its facilities.
JetCool’s technology, which the company calls microconvection liquid electronics cooling, is similar to the all-in-one coolers installed in some desktop computers. Yes, with a difference. These use small jets to move the coolant to the hot spots on the hardware. It achieves a remarkable difference in heat transfer coefficient, making your appliances 10 times more efficient than other devices with conventional cooling systems.
Liquid cooling, in which water or ethylene glycol play a major role as the heat transfer medium, is widespread but sometimes requires much work to achieve with conventional systems. These tasks usually include the construction of custom routes, and stores of refrigerant fluids.
According to Network World, where Jetcool differs is that its microconvection technology Makes the liquid cooling process of data center systems more efficient and uses less cost-effective materials. Since the system is able to more efficiently evaporate heat from the hardware, it allows the company to offer smaller cooling systems, with the idea of incorporating JetCool cooling as an option on servers and HPC modules already in place. It is in operation. , and get cost savings of up to 8%.
This allows manufacturers to build more powerful systems for teams of certain dimensions, Reducing the carbon footprint of data centers by 30%Because even high-performance devices will not have to rely heavily on evaporative heating systems or other traditional liquid cooling systems.
There’s still no public data on system tests on specific customers, but it appears that manufacturers, according to JetCool, see the systems as a useful way to have high-performance hardware, which will encourage customers to buy them. You have to invest in the outside. cooling system.
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