Verne Global Finland, a provider of sustainable data center solutions for high-intensity computing, has announced the integration of direct liquid cooling technology at The Rock data center campus in Finland.
This unique direct liquid cooling installation project is compatible with existing data center rack infrastructure at The Rock. The hybrid air/liquid cooling strategy works to meet the needs of customers while optimizing their growing AI workload needs as data centers continue to evolve.
The Rock’s new Dell DLC3000 direct liquid cooling solution features DLC on Dell DLC3000 rack solutions with up to 80kW+ cooling capacity and 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors to maximize performance and cooling efficiency.
“We are thrilled to offer this exciting new cooling technology at our data center, which is also Dell Technologies’ first type of liquid cooling in Finland,” said Kim Gunnelius, Managing Director of Verne Global Finland.
Data Center Dynamics highlighted the new liquid cooling technology in a recent story titled “Verne Global Adds Liquid Cooling to Its Underground Finnish Data Center.” The story highlights how the company is introducing liquid cooling to support the growing surge in high-density systems, which generate a lot of heat. Research suggests direct liquid cooling, when paired with air cooling strategies, can significantly improve power usage effectiveness (PUE) and energy consumption in high-density data centers.
On December 12, Verne Global Finland is hosting a day for customers to visit The Rock to learn more about liquid cooling and explore leveraging the technology for their AI workloads. Visits at other times and dates are also possible. To learn more about visiting The Rock to view this new technology, please send an email to the Verne Global Finland team.
For more information about Verne Global Finland and its sustainable cloud, colocation and data center solutions, visit finland.verneglobal.com.