Scalability is the last hurdle for liquid cooling to change the game for 50GW worth of data centers

Late in 2014, Hong Kong-based startup Allied Control announced that its immersion-cooled server containers have 1.4 MW of server capacity and deliver a power usage effectiveness (PUE) of less than 1.01 (cooling only). PUE is the amount of energy expended for cooling, related to the data center's...

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