30 September | 15:00pm HKT | 17:00pm AEST


While efficiency is a watchword for all data centres, APAC also faces unique pressures to maximise space utilisation without impacting reliability. With higher operating temperatures and increasing use of high-density GPUs and CPUs is being made, air-cooled infrastructure can no longer scale to meet the cooling needs of high energy density racks and equipment.


Simply put, air-based data centre cooling systems are beyond the limits of their usefulness and effectiveness. Innovative, precision liquid-cooling offers a retro-fit solution that provides assured efficiency, reliability and space optimisation in the region’s diverse data centre stock.

A new independent engineering report, commissioned by Iceotope Technology and undertaken by multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy, Cundall, is the foundation for an evidenced-based discussion about the practicalities and benefits of liquid-cooling in high-rise and other data centres.


Webinar Scope

This one-hour webinar considers how mission critical IT components can be precision cooled to increase efficiency and sustainability, including:

  • The state of current solutions for cooling servers and other devices at scale

  • The engineering factors and environmental considerations driving a need to disrupt the current data centre cooling status quo

  • Optimal solutions for cooling state-of-the-art CPUs and GPUs

  • Performance and operational characteristics of liquid cooling systems that scale


Webinar Agenda

Please join Iceotope Technologies in association with Cundall and Kao Data on 30 September 2021.

  • Welcome & Introduction

  • A performance comparison of the principal liquid cooling architectures: Malcolm Howe, Partner, Cundall

  • The advantages of liquid cooling vs air cooling: David Craig, CEO, Iceotope Technologies

  • How colocation is adapting to customer requirements for HPC-style IT loads: Gérard Thibault, CTO, Kao Data

  • Q&A