GIGABYTE Servers Become Part of the German Aerospace Center’s Data Center
When the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, abbreviated as DLR) wanted to expand their data center, they searched for servers that could operate smoothly in an ambient temperature of 40°C without the need for air conditioning. GIGABYTE’s server team provided a solution from its High Density Server product line that combined computing, storage, and connectivity in a single system. The High Density Servers are equipped with liquid-cooling technology to run without a hitch in high-temperature environments, enabling the data center to efficiently process an enormous amount of space-related research data in the limited space available.
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An Immersion Cooling system uses a non-conductive dielectric fluid to assist the server with heat dissipation.
A Direct Liquid Cooling system uses liquid in heat-dissipation pipes to remove the heat from the server.
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Semiconductor Giant Selects GIGABYTE’s Two-Phase Immersion Cooling Solution
GIGABYTE Technology has built a “two-phase immersion cooling solution” for one of Taiwan’s foremost semiconductor giants, to be used in its sustainable, future-proof “green HPC data centers”. Not only does the solution boost the performance of HPC processors by over 10%—which is crucial for the nanometer process technology used in IC foundries—it also reduces data center power consumption by 30% and lowers PUE below 1.08, which turns it into a role model of green computing that may be replicated in data centers around the world. This exemplary project demonstrates how GIGABYTE can support its clients’ CSR, ESG, and SDGs-related initiatives, and how GIGABYTE is working tirelessly to “Upgrade Your Life” with high tech while protecting our environment.
Data Center Cooling: The Key to Green Computing and a Low-Carbon Transition
CPU vs. GPU: Which Processor is Right for You?
Besides the central processing unit (CPU), the graphics processing unit (GPU) is also an important part of a high-performing server. Do you know how a GPU works and how it is different from a CPU? Do you know the best way to make them work together to deliver unrivalled processing power? GIGABYTE Technology, an industry leader in server solutions that support the most advanced processors, is pleased to present our latest Tech Guide. We will explain the differences between CPUs and GPUs; we will also introduce GIGABYTE products that will help you inject GPU computing into your server rooms and data centers.
What is a Server? A Tech Guide by GIGABYTE
In the modern age, we enjoy an incredible amount of computing power—not because of any device that we own, but because of the servers we are connected to. They handle all our myriad requests, whether it is to send an email, play a game, or find a restaurant. They are the inventions that make our intrinsically connected age of digital information possible. But what, exactly, is a server? GIGABYTE Technology, an industry leader in high-performance servers, presents our latest Tech Guide. We delve into what a server is, how it works, and what exciting new breakthroughs GIGABYTE has made in the field of server solutions.
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