Data centres use approximately 200 terawatt hours (TWh) each year. For some countries, this is more than their national energy consumption.
Smarter data centres are necessary as technology continues to move at an incredible pace – from artificial intelligence to electric vehicles. In the next decade data centres are expected to use three times as much power – significantly contributing to global warming.
To lower the world’s carbon footprint, data centres should adopt single-phase liquid immersion cooling with MIVOLT. Equipment can be fully submerged in the range of dielectric fluids, taking heat directly away from the source far more efficiently than air cooling. This will significantly lower energy requirements and reduce overall power consumption for environmentally responsible data storage.