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Time-lapse Video: Installing an Immersion Cooling System at Zelendata Centar in Serbia

In this time-lapse video, technicians install a 336U high-density ICEraQ immersion cooling system from GRC at Zelendata Centar in Serbia. “Only three days were required to completely prep, install, and test two ICEraQ Quads — turning four walls and a bare concrete floor into an up and ready-to-run 200 kW capable data center. Conversely, a typical comparable air-cooled data center would take closer to 12 months.”

HPE Teams with GRC for Immersion Cooling

Today GRC announced an OEM partnership agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to integrate its ICEraQ liquid-immersion cooling system with HPE servers. “You can easily support the high-density HPE equipment with a GRC system such as the ICEraQ Micro which can handle over 2000 watts of heat load per U of rack space, enabling the creation of a high-density zone in any existing data center while removing the thermal constraints that exist with legacy air-cooled data centers.”

NVIDIA Powers GRC Immersion Cooled System at TACC

Today GRC announced its joint project with NVIDIA to help power a GPU-intensive computing subsystem for TACC’s Frontera Supercomputer, the world’s largest academic supercomputer. GRC is proud of its long history with TACC and we’re delighted to have been able to collaborate once again with NVIDIA to help power the next generation of academic research,” […]