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Stulz partners on immersion cooling

GERMANY/NETHERLANDS: Stulz Modular, the data centre design, build and maintenance services provider, is cooperating with Dutch immersion cooling specialist Asperitas in the field of liquid cooling.

A subsidiary of precision cooling equipment manufacturer Stulz GmbH, Stulz Modular is cooperating with Asperitas in the field of liquid cooling. 

The aim of the collaboration is to realise the benefits of immersion cooling for high-density data centre environments. The core of the cooperation is the implementation of a concept for a modular data centre solution with integrated immersion cooling for indoor and outdoor installation.

Asperitas primarily contributed immersion cooling expertise and products, while Stulz Modular, a subsidiary of precision cooling equipment manufacturer Stulz GmbH, developed the concept for the data centre infrastructure components in addition to the recirculating air conditioning and mechanical refrigeration. 

Stulz Modular’s concept also includes the secure supply of the power train (switch-gear, UPSs and PDUs), the complete cooling circuit, remote monitoring and infrastructure management (DCIM) as well as early fire detection and extinguishing. 

The result of the collaboration is described as a compact, modular end-to-end data centre for an IT load of up to 200kW in combination with immersion cooling technology from Asperitas. 

The IT capacity can be scaled up as per larger load requirements. It is specifically designed for highly efficient cooling of particularly power-hungry IT applications, such as the local processing of large amounts of data, data science, generative AI or industrial edge.

Further information will be available at the Asperitas stand at the Kickstart Europe Conference, which begins today (February 26) in Amsterdam.  

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