Technology leaders need to increase performance and lower costs to innovate and remain competitive. And reducing energy consumption and environmental impact have become moral and regulatory imperatives. Submer Immersion Cooling addresses these issues by thinking outside the server box - devising an innovative line of horizontal racks that fully immerse computers and servers in a proprietary dielectric liquid that is safe, environmentally-friendly, and delivers order of magnitude increases in efficiency over forced-air cooling, including:
At the 2019 OCP Global Summit, Submer demonstrated this new line of immersion cooling SmartPods designed for high-performance supercomputers built to the latest OCP specifications. These innovative cooling solutions will allow the creation of the world's first green supercomputers and hyperscale environments.
Daniel Pope, CEO of Submer, stated: "The Open Compute Project exists to develop open standards that bring greater efficiency, scalability, openness, and positive impact to data centres and hardware - making all of our lives better. This makes the OCP Global Summit the perfect opportunity to launch our hyper-efficient SmartPodX that will power the next generation of high-performance servers and supercomputers that usher in the next wave of research and technical innovation."
The Open Compute Project (OCP) was founded by Facebook in 2011 to share infrastructure standards toward a more cooperative, efficient platform. Today, the OCP is supported by some of the largest industry leaders in technology, including Microsoft, Google, IBM, Dell Technologies, and many more.