Thank you for visiting this survey page to gauge the perception of immersion cooling for use in the data centre environment
Server immersion cooling is a computer cooling practice by which computer components or servers are submerged in a thermally but not electrically conductive liquid. The coolant liquid is commonly a mineral-based oil with dielectric properties. Server immersion cooling has the potential of becoming a popular server cooling solution for green data centres, as it allows them to drastically reduce their Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE). Multiple relevant brands like Intel and Facebook have already validated the advantages of submerging servers.