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DCD Enterprise: On the potential of liquid cooling

Julius Neudorfer from NAAT believes that heat energy must be reused

Julius Neudorfer is the CTO and founder of North American Access Technologies, a business that has been providing design services, consulting and equipment for data centers since 1987.

In this video he talks about the future of liquid cooling, especially deployment at scale.

Neudorfer says liquid cooling will always offer greater efficiency than air-cooled systems and its popularity will gradually increase, as new standards emerge. At the same time the majority of use cases for liquid cooling are likely to be limited to the world of high performance computing.

The conversation took place at the DatacenterDynamics Enterprise conference and exhibition in New York.

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  • Brilliant synopsis from Julius - as normal. Glad he is involved in the working party, He makes an excellent point about easier to do heat recovery. So good to hear someone who REALLY knows what he is talking about to dispell the hype and misunderstanding

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