Research & Academia
Frankfurt, Germany

Bytesnet required a solution that enabled them to service customers who need high performance computing. These processors are energy intensive and produce more heat, so this places higher demands on the cooling.


Cooling in this way is not only much more efficient than air cooling, but the heat released can also be reused. As a result, the CO2 savings for the heat networkare at least 55 percent.

The project has the potential to provide heat to thousands of homes and businesses in the Groningen district of the Netherlands off the back of reused heat from the immersion cooling systems.

We fully share the vision to reduce power consumption for datacenters by transforming from the current compute-centric to a more green and effciency-centric infrastructure.

Prof. Dr. Ingo Ebersberger

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