Author: Blick

Moderating the Impact of Integrating Water-Cooled Servers Into Data Centres

Air cooling has worked well for systems that deploy processors up to 150W, but IT equipment is now being manufactured with processors well above 150W where air cooling is no longer practical. The power for one company’s graphics processor unit (GPU) is currently at 300W. Another company produces a CPU announced at 205W and a many integrated cores (MIC) GPU announced at 320W.

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Cool customer

Cool customer

Adelaide-based Michael Riese, M.AIRAH, has joined the AIRAH board. Following a vote at the Institute’s annual Convention, Dr Michael Riese, M.AIRAH, has officially joined AIRAH’s national board.  Originally from Germany and now based in Adelaide, Riese works for...

Lifetime Efficiency

Lifetime Efficiency

Professor Tony Arnel has been honoured with a Life Fellowship from the Energy Efficiency Council.   The Life Fellowship, announced at the National Energy Efficiency Council Awards on Wednesday 24 May 2023, was established in 2017 to recognise the outstanding...

Tanks a lot, Dwyer

Tanks a lot, Dwyer

Dwyer Instruments has announced an innovation in the Omega HANI (high accuracy, non-invasive) temperature sensing line of products: HANI temperature sensors for metal tank applications.  Unlike invasive models, HANI tank sensors mount to the outside of a metal tank...

Air of authority

Air of authority

With the release of a fast-tracked pathogen mitigation standard and updates to advice on building ventilation from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the US seems to be taking the lead on indoor air quality. Ecolibrium asked three local experts for their views....

Big news for big buildings

Big news for big buildings

In the GBCA’s Green Star Design and As-Built ratings, projects can now be allocated an extra point by doing a whole-building test – a good thing, according to Sean Maxwell.Building airtightness helps HVAC provide comfort, and it aids energy conservation and building...

Going places

Going places

An innovative building constructed a decade ago is aging gracefully – and usefully. The first net zero energy transit centre constructed in the US, the John W. Olver Transit Center in Greenfield, Massachusetts, was completed in 2012. Greenfield is about 145km from...

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