What Data Centers are?
Data centers these days are accumulated facility blocks close to each other, which are used for data storage, processing and connectivity.
Why are they so important?
Data centers can support almost all compute processing, networks and storage that our digital lives need.
Data centers provide:
High Speed Connectivity
Security & Mitigated Risk
Today, we are facing a big challenge: the volume of data is growing exponentially. The technologies we deploy to manage this volume have increasingly higher demands.
New Technologies demand:
This in return, means:
• More space footprint
• Increasing cost
• Growing carbon footprint
The environmental impact
"By 2025, every person in the world will have at least one "interaction" with a data center every 18 seconds. Our demand for internet and smart technologies is increasing rapidly."
Mobile & Cloud First will be the design endpoint for both IT management and personal information. Mobile will mandate cloud access and new data management architectures. The technologies in consumer mobile will define the technologies used in enterprise devices and computing.
The environmental Impact
of Data Centers
Data Center facilities
installed power (GW)
Ambitions for Low Carbon
An average data center costs between $8-$12 million per megawatt to build.
Data Center Process
It is widely accepted that cooling accounts for a great share in total energy consumption in Data Centers. Thus, deploying more energy efficient cooling techniques improves significantly Data Center Economics. It is worth noting that this is the main motivation behind building hyper scale DCs in remote cold locations, although this solution increases latency.
Is there another solution?
A new era for Data Centers
Common Energy Allocation
in a Data Center
Our Liquid Coolant
An innovative liquid composed by the COOLBLOCK team
Liquid Coolant must - know attributes:
• Dielectric - conducts heat, not electricity
• Operates to temperatures up to 400°C
• Biofriendly - 100% safe for skin contact
• Increases hardware longevity up to 30%
• Protects motherboard from oxidization
& cooling system
Immersing ICT HW directly into our non-conductive biodegradable fluid (Liquid Coolant) with our highly efficient Cooling Distribution Unit (CDU) inside our scalable modular tanks (Archimedes) controlled by our SW.
Significant Cost Cutting
up to 95%
Reduction in cooling
PUE < 1.03
Wherever you are!
Limiting Carbon Footprint
45% Reduction in Carbon Emissions
66,000 KT of CO2
36,000 KT of CO2
Significantly Less Data Latency
Ultra Heat Dissipation Density
Up to 85% - 97% Less Space
Increased Hardware Lifetime
Reduced Maintenance Cost
Technology that uses modular maintenance