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Computers May Someday Need A Drink

“We want to put water right into your processor.” If that statement makes you sweat, that is good. Sweating is what we’re talking about, but it’s more involved than adding some water like a potted plant. 279 more words


SANYO DENKI Develops 92 x 92 x 38 mm Splash Proof Fan

Industry-leading airflow, static pressure, and service life SANYO DENKI has developed and launched the San Ace 92W 9WL type 92 x 92 x 38 mm Splash Proof Fan. 34 more words

HPC and the emerging infrastructure challenge

Power hungry applications increase the complexity and cost of data center design and operations, as traditional air-cooled designs struggle to keep up with the increases in IT density. 68 more words


The Top 5 IT Strategies for the Data Center

In the latest AFCOM State of the Data Center Industry study, we found that data center leaders really have their heads in some interesting places. Beyond cooling, power consumption, rack density, and even edge computing, it’s pretty amazing to see where decision makers are investing. 7 more words


Cool Your Electronic Devices at the Component Level

Sponsored by International Manufacturing Services, Inc. (IMS) The IMS Aluminum Nitride (AlN) ThermaBridge™ is a simple, cost effective device which aids in thermal management. The ThermaBridge™ is designed to transport heat from one location to another through an electrically isolated, thermally […] 22 more words

4 Reasons Regular HVAC Maintenance Is Essential

If you are wondering whether you really need to pay for an air conditioning repair technician to maintain your HVAC this summer, there are many reasons why having someone look it over before you fire it up can benefit your system’s lifespan. 469 more words

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How Does a Scroll Compressor Work?

Once upon a time, I thought there was really just one kind of compressor. How many ways can their possibly be to make something smaller? Turns out, quite a few. 396 more words

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