A Review on efficient thermal management of air- and liquid-cooled data centers: From chip to the cooling system
The growing global demand for services offered by data centers (DCs) has increased their total power consumption and carbon emissions. Recent figures revealed that DCs account for around 2% of total US electrical power consumption, approximately 40% of which is for powering their cooling systems. A high portion of energy spent on cooling is typically due to the inherent inefficiency of the heat removal process existing in multi-level from microchip to the cooling infrastructure level. Depending...[Show more]
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