judgecorp writes: UK company Iceotope has launched liquid-cooling technology, which it says surpasses what can be done with water or air-cooling and can cut data centre cooling costs by up to 93 percent. Announced at Supercomputing 2009 in Portland, Oregon, the "modular Liquid-Immersion Cooled Server" technology wraps each server in a cool-bag-like device, which cools components inside a server, rather than cooling the whole data centre, or even a traditional "hot aisle". Earlier this year, IBM predicted that in ten years all data centre servers might be water-cooled.
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