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DoD Data Centers to Use Asetek Liquid-Cooling

Asetek has been selected to perform a $2 million project to retrofit a major Department of Defense data center with its direct-to-chip liquid-cooling technology.

The product, called RackCDU (short for Rack Coolant Distribution Unit), brings liquid-cooling directly to the hottest elements inside every server in a data center, and can save more than 50 percent in cooling costs, the company says.

Read more at Energy Manager Today.

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