Is immersive cooling the answer to greener datacentres?

Doug Woodburn
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Users wear rubber gloves to protect the fluid from any dirt and oils on human skin. That way, the biodegradable fluid – which is rated the same as food additives - has a fifteen-year life span.
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Users wear rubber gloves to protect the fluid from any dirt and oils on human skin. That way, the biodegradable fluid – which is rated the same as food additives - has a fifteen-year life span.

Datacentre operator Goonhilly tells CRN that the technology - which uses liquid similar to rapeseed oil to cool servers - is 65 per cent more efficient than traditional systems

Liquid immersion cooling could be a key component of more sustainable datacentres, according to a Cornish outfit which is hunting for partners as it pioneers the technology. Goonhilly Earth Station...

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