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Data centres that don't cost the earth


Malcolm Howe in front of office building

Malcolm Howe

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It’s time to reimagine data centre energy consumption. Having been set the ambitious target of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030, it’s clear the data centre industry must reconsider how high-density CPU loads are cooled, waste heat is re-used and equipment lifecycles are extended. “Data centres that don’t cost the earth” draws on findings from a new independent report developed by Cundall, outlining the benefits and practicalities of liquid cooling in data centres.

Not only will tackling these challenges reduce the industry’s carbon footprint, it also offers a once-in-a-generation opportunity to dramatically lower operational expenditure costs.

Webinar with Iceotope, Cundall and Kao Data.