Working with customers, Supermicro will design, implement and test the latest liquid cooling technologies at the rack level, ensuring a quick and seamless installation in customers' data centres worldwide. Customers who implement a liquid cooling solution can improve datacentre PUE and TCO by over 40% on power costs.
"Supermicro has established dedicated teams to work with customers and partners to deliver state-of-the-art rack level liquid cooling solutions that enable systems that are used for the most demanding applications to remain operational under heavy computationally loads," said Charles Liang, president, and CEO, Supermicro. "Our most popular servers -- GPU, SuperBlade, BigTwin, and Ultra systems -- are easily outfitted with liquid cooling technology that reduces OPEX while keeping these systems operating at maximum performance levels."
These selected Supermicro systems, including the latest GPU Systems, SuperBlades, BigTwin, and Ultra systems, are ideal for data centres with demanding applications. Supermicro experts have identified these servers as the best choice for AI, HPC, and related workloads where high-frequency and densely packed CPUs and GPUs are required.
Types of Cooling Offered
Supermicro has designed effective cooling solutions from small to large scale by carefully evaluating each case of our customer's specific requirements and limitations, including Direct to Chip (D2C) cooling, Immersion cooling, Rear-door Heat Exchanger (RDHx) cooling, or a combination of these technologies.
Liquid cooling solutions give IT managers the confidence to run Supermicro servers at sustaining maximum performance levels, increasing the ROI of high-end servers.
A range of liquid cooling technologies can be used, depending on the data centres physical infrastructure. D2C cooling can be installed in each server, or entire systems can be immersed in a liquid for maximum heat removal. Supermicro works very closely with customers to determine the best suitable liquid cooling solution. Engineers will design the solution based on the types of systems chosen and the data centre infrastructure. All or part of a data centre can utilize liquid cooling technologies, optimizing the operating environment.