CoolIT Systems — forward thinking design at work

Sep 6, 2023

It is becoming ever more critical to build sustainable data center operations with energy-efficient cooling. Our SWE01 data center is unique in its design, with a primary cooling system created specifically to maximize heat recovery, whilst reducing power usage.

Direct Liquid Cooling (DLC) technology uses the thermal conductivity of liquid to provide dense, concentrated cooling to targeted areas. With DLC the water can be heated inside the server and connected directly to atNorth’s cooling system, increasing the efficiency of heat capture in the system.

CoolIT Systems is the most trusted Direct Liquid Cooling (DLC) solution in the market. With this solution in place, atNorth can better support greater computing densities while reducing our overall data center footprint, leading to better space utilization and more efficiency.

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Key Benefits

Concentrated cooling to targeted areas
Yields higher rack density
Greater control over the heat reuse process
Reduced power use

atNorth is aleader in sustainable data center services, and its sites like SWE01 are purpose-built to meet the increasing demands of HPC. They empower their customers with state-of-the-art systems better equipped to facilitate direct liquid cooling. As a trusted leader in data center cooling solutions, we have been very fortunate to partner with atNorth.”

Luc Wagemakers
Area Manager of EMEA for CoolIT Systems

Our innovative cooling pushes the boundaries of HPC density without sacrificing efficiency and our customers achieve improved rack densities without paying for space they do not need.

Download our latest Case Study and learn more about the sustainable cooling technology at our Stockholm data centre.

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