• Immersion cooling to offset data centers' massive power demands gains a big booster in Microsoft

    3 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    LiquidStack does it. So does Submer. They're both dropping servers carrying sensitive data into goop in an effort to save the planet. Now they're joined by one of the biggest tech companies in the world in their efforts to improve the energy efficiency of data centers, because Microsoft is getting into the liquid-immersion cooling market.
    Microsoft is using a liquid it developed in-house that's engineered to boil at 122 degrees Fahrenheit to act as a heat sink, reducing the temperature inside the servers so they can operate at full power without any risks from overheating.
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