Liquid Cooling in data centers: Time to get over your fears!
10 October, 2017

For many, the thought of using water or other liquids to cool IT equipment is a scary proposition. It is an embedded mindset that Julius Neudorfer refers to as "data center hydrophobia."

Nonetheless, it is now time to re-examine liquid cooling since many new technical developments and products have become available. These new systems can be utilized to improve computing performance and reduce both IT and facility energy usage, resulting in decreased TCO.

Julius recently co-authored The Green Grid’s Liquid Cooling Technology Update white paper, which dispels the myths and misconceptions about liquid cooling. This vendor-neutral paper defines and clarifies liquid cooling terms, system boundaries, and topologies, and provides a high-level overview of IT and facility benefits.

This webcast will review some of these common myths and examine the various technologies and benefits related to liquid-cooled IT equipment currently available, including:

  • When utilizing liquid cooling makes sense
  • Overview of liquid cooling terms, system boundaries, and topologies
  • Technology and facility considerations for the adoption of liquid cooling

Get over your fears and learn why liquid cooling is quickly becoming a more attractive and cost-effective option to cool ITE in data centers.

Online registration is now open, but space is limited. Sign up now.

Please contact The Green Grid Administration if you have any questions.

Speakers 

Julius Neudorfer
CTO and Founder
North American Access Technologies, Inc.

Julius Neudorfer is the CTO and founder of North American Access Technologies, Inc. (NAAT). Based in Westchester, N.Y., NAAT’s clients include Fortune 500 firms and government agencies. NAAT has been designing and implementing data center infrastructure and related technology projects for the last 25 years.

Julius is a member of AFCOM, ASHRAE, IEEE, iMasons, and The Green Grid. He is also an instructor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP) program. He developed and holds a U.S. patent for a high-efficiency cooling system for rack-mounted computer equipment. 

Julius writes the “Hot Aisle Insight” column at Mission Critical Magazine, has written numerous articles and whitepapers for various other IT and data center publications, and has presented seminars and webinars on energy efficiency.