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Microsoft is testing two-phase immersion cooling to keep servers from overheating

April 6, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Moore’s Law may have slowed in recent years but the demand for increasingly powerful computer hardware hasn’t skipped a beat. To keep up, hardware makers are progressively feeding processors more juice which has naturally resulted in hotter chips.

“Air cooling is not enough,” said Christian Belady, distinguished engineer and vice president of Microsoft’s data center advanced development group. It’s why the Redmond tech giant is now exploring the use of alternative cooling methods to prevent overheating.

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