Data center solutions vendor Supermicro has announced a range of liquid cooling solutions that will enable the most demanding applications to run with less jitter and at higher CPU frequencies. Supermicro is able to develop, deploy, and test the latest liquid cooling technologies at the rack level in collaboration with clients, ensuring a “fast and smooth” installation in customers’ data centers around the world.
Supermicro has engineered “effective” cooling solutions from small to large scale by carefully analyzing each case of their customer’s unique requirements and limitations, including Direct to Chip (D2C) cooling, immersion cooling, Rear-door Heat Exchanger (RDHx) cooling, or a combination of these technologies.
Selected Supermicro server systems, including their latest GPU Systems, SuperBlades, BigTwin, and Ultra systems, would best fit data centers with demanding applications. Supermicro experts have identified these servers as a good choice for AI, HPC, and related workloads where high-frequency and densely packed CPUs and GPUs are required.
“Supermicro has established dedicated teams to work with customers and partners to deliver state-of-the-art rack level liquid cooling solutions that enable systems that are used for the most demanding applications to remain operational under heavy computationally loads,” said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro. “Our most popular servers – GPU, SuperBlade, BigTwin, and Ultra systems – are easily outfitted with liquid cooling technology that reduces OPEX while keeping these systems operating at maximum performance levels.”
Data Center Liquid Cooling
Liquid cooling solutions would offer IT managers the option to operate Supermicro servers at full performance levels for an extended period of time. According to Supermicro, it would help boost the Return on Investment (RoI) of high-end servers for its clients.
Depending on the physical infrastructure of the data center, a variety of liquid cooling systems can be used. For full heat reduction, D2C cooling can be mounted in each server, or whole systems can be submerged in a liquid for maximum heat removal.
Supermicro collaborates closely with its clients to decide on the right liquid cooling solution. Engineers can create a liquid cooling solution based on the systems chosen and the infrastructure of the data center. Liquid cooling systems may be used to cool all or part of a data center, improving the operating environment.