We have launched our first Immersed Computing solution, the AIC24, at the leading international datacentre and cloud industry event Data Centre World & Cloud Expo Europe.

The AIC24
The Asperitas AIC24 is at the centre of Immersed Computing. It is a closed system and the first water-cooled oil-immersion system which relies on natural convection for circulation of the dielectric liquid. This results in a fully self-contained and Plug and Play modular system. The AIC24 needs far less infrastructure than any other liquid installation, saving energy and costs on all levels of datacentre operations. For example no pump installation is needed to operate the modules. Combined with optimised IT hardware it would possible make the AIC24 the most sustainable and efficient solution available for IT environments today. Ensuring the highest possible efficiency in availability, energy reduction and reuse, while increasing capacity.

Plug and Play green advanced computing anywhere
The AIC24 is plug and play and allows for energy efficient compute also in markets with a higher annual average temperature of 15 degrees Celsius. A single module requires only power, access to a water loop and data connectivity to operate. Combined with its silent workings, these limited requirements enable high flexibility in deployment sites and scenarios for the AIC24. Two specially designed Convection Drives for forced water and natural flow of oil, are capable of transferring 24 kW of heat from the oil while keeping all the IT components at allowable operating temperatures. The Asperitas Universal Cassette (AUC) can contain multiple physical servers. Each module accommodates 24 AUC’s, as well as 2 Universal Switching Cassettes. This currently adds up to 48 immersed servers and 2 immersed switches.

Improved business case for datacentre operators and cloud providers
What makes Asperitas’s solution unique is that both datacentre operators and cloud providers benefit and improve their business case dramatically. Datacentre operators benefit from the reduced energy footprint, reduced floorspace and reduced requirements for cooling installations and other facilities. Cloud providers benefit from the reduced energy costs, the high density capabilities and reduced software licensing costs.

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