Precision Liquid Cooling removes nearly 100% of the heat generated by the electronic components of a server through a precise delivery of dielectric fluid. This reduces energy use by up to 40% and water consumption by up to 96%. All of which allows for greater flexibility in designing IT solutions as there are no hotspots to slow down performance, no wasted physical space on unnecessary cooling infrastructure, and minimal need for water consumption. It uses the same rack-based architecture as air cooled systems and fits to existing deployed infrastructure, while easing serviceability in both the data center and at the edge.
Reduces energy use by up to 40%, carbon emissions by up to 40%, and water consumption by up to 96%.
Accelerate sustainability initiatives
Highly configurable for rapid deployment – from one server to many racks – in any location from the cloud to the edge.
Easily scale distributed workloads
30% lower component failure rate and simplified service calls with on-site hot swap or simple return-to-base swap out.
Significantly reduce maintenance costs
Reduce costs, maximizing revenue, and accelerate sustainability goals
“As Intel works to enable more sustainable outcomes for customers, this innovation, in collaboration with HPE and Iceotope represents a step toward delivering solutions that reduce environmental impacts. Through Iceotope’s rack-based approach to deliver Precision Liquid Cooling and HPE’s Gen 11 servers based on 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, customers can take advantage of the enhanced TCO at the Edge delivered by liquid cooling while maintaining many of their operational processes and KPIs.”
Jeni Barovian Panhorst
VP and GM of Network & Edge Compute Division