From cold aisle/hot aisle and in-rack heat extraction to water-cooled racks and liquid immersion cooling, there are various data center cooling systems used in the industry. The question is, are these cooling systems necessary for your data center? How do they work? Let's find out.
Data centers are consuming unbelievable amounts of energy. They mostly rely on fossil fuels to generate the electricity they need, and on air cooling systems to cool their equipment. While these are the main culprits of the resulting pollution, the shift to advanced cooling systems appears to be a must.
Although immersion cooling has been in use for decades, submerging valuable electrical devices in various fluids still seems illogical. One might wonder why someone would bother to immerse their equipment to reduce their temperature.
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