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This product is a PDF that contains links to files that consist of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker (recorded presentation), PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp3) as noted.

IT performance and density demands continue to drive improvements in required cooling technologies in the data center. Liquid cooling has been successfully deployed for many years where required to meet customer workload and density demands. The thermal performance capability of liquid cooling creates the opportunity to trade off density, performance and total cost of ownership in ways not possible with air cooling. This seminar compares thermal performance between air- and liquid-cooling, quantifies considerations, quantifies risks and implementation concerns and highlights emerging liquid-cooling technologies and likely uses.

1. Liquid Cooling Performance Capability
Dustin Demitriou, Ph.D.
Product Contains: Slides (pdf), Recorded Presentation, Audio (mp3)

2. Conventional Liquid Cooling Deployment Considerations
Thomas Howe, P.E.
Product Contains: Slides (pdf), Recorded Presentation, Audio (mp3)

3. Considerations of Non-Conventional Liquid Cooling Immersion Technologies
Michael K. Patterson, Ph.D., P.E., Member
Product Contains: Slides (pdf), Recorded Presentation, Audio (mp3)