Chatsworth Products (CPI) recently announced a partnership with ZutaCore. ZutaCore’s direct-on-chip dielectric liquid advanced technology absorbs heat away from high-powered processors. With this partnership ZutaCore’s liquid cooling technology and CPI’s data center ZetaFrame Cabinet System, both data center owners and operators will gain energy efficiency.
As major corporations like Microsoft and Google make efforts toward a sustainable and AI-powered future they are using liquid cooling for their data center infrastructure. Per Chatsworth Products, “As a result, the global data center liquid cooling market is expected to grow from $3.42 billion in 2023 to $8.46 billion by 2027.”
ZutaCore’s new technology, HyperCool, is a two-phase and waterless liquid cooling solution which can not only absorb heat and remove it from the data center, but also can allow the same heat to be reused in order to obtain zero emissions. ZutaCore states that their HyperCool solution, “delivers 10x more compute, 50% TCO reduction, 100% heat reuse, and reduces CO2 emissions.” The system is snap-on and makes it easy to scale from one server to an entire data center.
The liquid cooling system’s levels are automatically maintained. The system is on-demand and self-activated by the processor’s core temperature, whenever necessary.
Chatsworth Products’ ZetaFrame has a 4,000 lb. load rating and supports a loaded rack with ZutaCore’s HyperCool when used along with a shock pallet.
On top of this, both ZutaCore and CPI are teaming up to improve end-user experiences with software integration from CPI’s eConnect Power Distribution Units (PDUs).