Maintaining precise temperature and humidity control in data centers has long been a top concern for operators, but recent trends have greatly changed cooling requirements. As artificial intelligence (AI) and digital transformation adoption rates continue to rise, more high-density racks are being deployed in data centers and traditional air cooling methods may not be able to meet the demands of these racks. Data center operators experiencing rising rack densities or planning to deploy high density racks should consider alternative approaches to thermal management. Like high-performance computing (HPC) deployments, AI applications require the ability to process massive amounts of data with…
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