The data centre industry’s biggest challenge is waste heat. The hotter a server runs, the faster efficiency decreases … and energy consumption skyrockets. So how do we solve this conundrum?
We start with the chips.
Incooling has developed a proprietary, advanced high-pressure cooling system to keep computer chips, CPUs and GPUs running as cool as possible.
Hey, we’ve got this …
Incooling has created the world´s first high pressure two-phase cooling system dedicated to cooling data centres. Our mission is to deliver next-gen performance today.
In the digital world, the data we process needs more and more computing power, which means we need more and more energy. For example, your last Google search used enough energy to boil a pot of tea. Sending an email? You’re using the energy required to power an incandescent light bulb for 25 minutes.
We can do better …
Where is the problem?
Data centres power the digital world. A massive data centre such as Lakeside Technology Center in Chicago, which services Facebook and IBM, uses about 100 million watts (100 megawatts) or one-tenth of the entire output of a power station. Now, in addition to running cloud servers, cooling those electronic circuits requires massive air conditioning and even more power.
The amount of heat generated has exceeded the limits of traditional cooling solutions.
The fact that around 40% of the total energy consumed goes to cooling data centre IT equipment alone makes this, well, a hot issue.
The ever-increasing demand for ever more computing power means ever-increasing energy bills, because current chip cooling technology is so inefficient.
What is the solution?
Incooling has created a high-pressure, two-phase cooling system specifically designed for data centres.
Super-cool is the coolest thing in computing.