Strategic Partnership between Rittal and ZutaCore: Empowering Next Generation Data Centers with High Performance Chip Cooling Solutions

PR Newswire | February 20, 2020

Strategic Partnership between Rittal and ZutaCore: Empowering Next Generation Data Centers with High Performance Chip Cooling Solutions
Rittal, a leading global system provider of IT infrastructure as well as industrial solutions and ZutaCore, a waterless, two-phase, liquid cooling company, have announced a strategic partnership. Together they offer highly efficient data center cooling solutions and will enable customers to cool processors up to and above 900W. Now data center owners and operators can harness computer power at significantly higher densities from the CPU level through to server, rack and data center levels. The global data center liquid cooling market is expected to grow from USD 1.2 billion in 2019 to USD 3.2 billion by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of near 25 percent during the forecast period

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Massive investments in Internet infrastructure by communications service providers (CSPs) have enabled consumer Internet traffic to grow at 40% per year in mature markets, and at even higher rates in developing markets. Yet, despite these efforts, capacity bottlenecks still appear. The simple fact is that to keep Internet access affordable, infrastructure must be shared in an oversubscription model. No amount of capacity expansion can completely eliminate congestion, so CSPs must find additional means of preserving fair access and high quality of experience for their subscribers. These solutions are broadly referred to as traffic optimization, a subset of which is called traffic management. Increased regulation, broadly referred to as network neutrality, places requirements on how CSPs can manage their networks, and often place disclosure requirements around the management techniques

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Massive investments in Internet infrastructure by communications service providers (CSPs) have enabled consumer Internet traffic to grow at 40% per year in mature markets, and at even higher rates in developing markets. Yet, despite these efforts, capacity bottlenecks still appear. The simple fact is that to keep Internet access affordable, infrastructure must be shared in an oversubscription model. No amount of capacity expansion can completely eliminate congestion, so CSPs must find additional means of preserving fair access and high quality of experience for their subscribers. These solutions are broadly referred to as traffic optimization, a subset of which is called traffic management. Increased regulation, broadly referred to as network neutrality, places requirements on how CSPs can manage their networks, and often place disclosure requirements around the management techniques

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