Iceotope, Lenovo work on immersion cooling for edge computing

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Iceotope, Lenovo work on immersion cooling for edge computing

The Iceotope, Avnet and Schneider Electric partnership to jointly develop innovative, chassis-level immersion cooled data center solutions has been joined by Lenovo to deploy its ThinkSystem SR670 servers in a highly scalable, GPU-rich, liquid-cooled Micro Data Centre solution. Sealed at chassis level, the new solution enables Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and High Performance Computing (HPC) workloads to be deployed in close proximity to the location of data generation and use regardless of how harsh or hostile the environment.

The Lenovo ThinkSystem SR670 2U rack server delivers uncompromised HPC performance with support for up to four double-width GPUs per server. Integrating the servers with Iceotope’s Ku:l Chassis eliminates the requirement for any air cooling, delivering game-changing efficiency in energy consumption. >95% of the heat is captured and rejected via an in-rack Heat Rejection Unit (HRU) (5kW solution) or dedicated external HRU (46kW+ scalable solution).

Iceotope’s new Ku:l Micro DC solution enables many industry-standard servers to be liquid cooled and deployed outside the data center. The new solution is offered in two scalable configurations. Learn more at the Iceotope web site.

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