With the advent of new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI),
cloud computing, and the Internet of Things, the amount of data to be processed
increases, resulting in an increase in heat generated from numerous servers
and storage devices in the data centers, shortening lifespan and
reducing performance and reliability of the systems.
The air-cooled system, which is currently widely used, can effectively manage the heat generated at
the maximum power level of 20 to 30 kW, and for larger capacities, a liquid cooling-type water cooling system must be used.
When the cooling performance against the heat generated by the system decreases, problems such as deterioration of server performance and stability,
and energy efficiency decrease due to increased rack power may occur.
KD Finechem's liquid cooling technology is continuously developing, and will provide various solutions according to
the requirements of the cooling system (temperature, space, equipment, etc.).
Key advantages of liquid (water) cooling systems
Improved reliability and performance
With the management of the heat generated by the CPU,
continuous performance operation is possible.
Energy efficiency improvement
The heat transfer properties of liquid compared to air are high,
and the pump achieves the same cooling performance of
a fan (air) with less power.
Reduced operating costs
Costs are reduced by minimizing or eliminating air-cooling
infrastructure (chillers, CRAC-constant-temperature and
constant-humidity, CRAH-air treatment, water pumps, etc.).
Electricity costs are reduced due to improved cooling efficiency.
With the increased density of the rack made possible through
improved cooling performance, the space utilization efficiency
of the data center is increased.