Across the world, thousands of high performance computers work around the clock to meet the increasing demand of everyday life. We want more information, more performance, at a faster rate. As a result, data centers consume up to 3% of all global electricity, producing upwards of 200 million metric tons of carbon dioxide. With no signs of slowing down, it is estimated that data center traffic will increase almost 30% annually by 2017. With our thirst for information accelerating at increasing speeds, energy consumption via these data centers are depleting our natural resources, and costing companies millions of dollars annually.
In response to the need to decrease our carbon footprint, liquid cooling systems have been created, using both liquid immersion and external pump systems, allowing the reduction of energy consumption by at least 50%. Great progress!
But… there is always room for improvement. With the vision of minimizing the impact of technology on the environment, THPC has taken the liquid cooling system to a new, eco-friendly level.
Using readily available, low-cost materials, THPC has created a dielectric, non-toxic, plant-based Biofluid coolant to capture heat from the CPU and hot spots. THPC immerses the server, or even entire data centers, in the long-lasting Biofluid, we then seal the system, creating a dust-free, noise-free environment, allowing maximum performance and component longevity. And the THPC system does this with no moving parts – no pumps, no fans, no radiators – reducing the risk of point of power breakdown.
If used worldwide, THPC could reduce the use of coal by 12 billion kilograms and reduce the use of water by 200 billion liters. To get a better idea, the energy saved by the THPC system is equivalent to that used by 7 million homes in one year!