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Effortlessly Handle 1000+ Watts! Intel Unveils New Immersion Liquid Cooling for Data Centers

kyojuro 7/5/2024

Intel recently unveiled its cutting-edge liquid cooling solution for data centers, the G-Flow Submersible Liquid Cooling. This innovation not only offers superior cooling capabilities, system stability, and operational ease for compute-intensive environments but also reduces the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE). Additionally, it is environmentally friendly.

Currently, the solution has passed the Proof of Concept (POC) validation test and delivered the expected results. However, the specific cooling capacity details have not been disclosed, although it is estimated to handle heat dissipation in the range of thousands of watts.

Cooling Capacity in Kilowatts! Intel Launches New Immersion Cooling for Data Centers

The Intel G-Flow immersion liquid-cooling solution includes an innovative immersion liquid-cooled enclosure as well as complementary liquid-cooled server cooling systems.

It features a novel immersion system design that significantly increases coolant flow through CPU and GPU coolers without additional energy consumption.

This optimized fluid management not only achieves high-efficiency forced convection heat transfer but also markedly improves cooling media utilization and overall system cooling performance.

The technology further incorporates an innovative adapter plate design that addresses the need for decoupling between submerged liquid-cooled cabinets and server designs. This makes it compatible with cooling requirements for Intel Xeon 6 processors, Intel Gaudi AI accelerators, and more.

Cooling Capacity in Kilowatts! Intel Launches New Immersion Cooling for Data Centers

Intel also foresees the use of greener, low-cost synthetic oils as a cooling medium to manage kilowatt-level heat dissipation effectively.

Notably, Intel's China Data Center Liquid Cooling Innovation Acceleration Program was also showcased. This program collaborates with submerged liquid cooling manufacturers GreenCloud and Lixin Technology, server OEMs and ODMs, and synthetic oil coolant suppliers to develop a prototype based on the G-Flow submerged liquid cooling solution, which has undergone rigorous testing.

Cooling Capacity in Kilowatts! Intel Launches New Immersion Cooling for Data Centers

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