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Supermicro might deploy servers that are cooled by ocean water

Posted on Saturday, June 06 2009 @ 20:23:43 CEST by

Bright Side of News reports about several products Supermicro is working on, including work on watercooled rack servers that may use ocean water:
Charles continued with the details about how the company is designing the next generation rack level standard, noting that they might even deploy water-cooling in the future. "We start off from board level, system level, rack level and then the whole data center,including possibly even water cooling in the future."

When asked about the potential shortage of drinking water, Charles simply claimed that the company might even deploy using ocean water to cool down the rack servers, instead of using drinking water combined with anti-algae and anti-corrosion liquids. This interview features several other bombs, and if you are interested in the way industry is heading, this interview is a non-miss. The news from Computex cannot be as important as this one.



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