ResetData launches liquid cooling test lab

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Friday, 15 December, 2023

ResetData launches liquid cooling test lab

Australian cloud service provider ResetData has unveiled a new test and simulation lab for its liquid-cooled data centre server technology.

The lab in the Sydney CBD will allow customers to simulate high performance applications such as AI and machine learning workloads in a liquid-cooled environment.

ResetData is pioneering immersion cooling technology for data centre hardware in Australia, which has the potential to deliver a 45% reduction in CO2 emissions and 40% reduction in cloud cooling computing costs compared to air-cooled data centres.

The new lab has been deployed in conjunction with Dell Technologies and Intel, as well as other contributing partners Castrol BP, Submer and Siemon.

“The reality is traditional data centres consume a lot more energy than they should,” ResetData co-founder and managing director Bass Salah commented.

“By working with high performance technology providers, such as Dell Technologies and Intel, we are developing the next generation of data centre technology at our test and simulation lab. We’re able to showcase how the partnership between the technology and cooling system uses far less power and water than traditional solutions, yet is still able to meet customer needs for high performance cloud workloads, like artificial intelligence and machine learning.”

ResetData is offering customers the ability to consume end-to-end liquid cooling stacks as either a capital or operational expense with its Liquid Cooling as a Service offering.

Image credit: ResetData

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