2023.06.01
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TSMC and ITRI are optimistic about liquid cooling! Taiwan Intel's first Open IP immersion solution

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Intel (Intel) announced two new investment projects on the 19th, including the establishment of a giant laboratory covering an area of ​​200,000 square feet and the first Open IP immersion liquid cooling solution and reference design, which are expected to spend more than 700 million US dollars. According to Intel, the Open IP immersion liquid cooling solution has completed the preliminary proof of concept design in Taiwan, and plans to set up a data center sustainable solutions laboratory (Sustainability Solutions Lab) in Taiwan in the future to demonstrate latest technologies

Due to Data centers accounted for 1% electricity demand and 0.3% of carbon emissions of the world. Intel represents that compared with traditional data centers, it is more effective to reduce carbon emissions to 45% by investing in standardized cooling technology and future innovative research and development and immersion cooling technology with energy reuse.

Heat dissipation is the second largest power consumer after IT load, lt is also an important key to improve the operational efficiency. Intel introduced that immersion cooling is divided into single-phase and two-phase, single-phase only need to use the convection heat dissipation of liquid flow to efficiently dissipate the overall system heat dissipation. Two-phase is based on the theoretical basis that liquid evaporation can absorb more heat, and can take away more waste heat in a timely and effective manner. Taiwan has a unique position in the date center cooling solutions.

 


林唯耕教授

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Professor Wei-Keng Lin

Education|Ph.D., University of Maryland

Occupation|Professor, National Tsing Hua University 

Specialty|Electronic package heat dissipation, Heat pipe, Loop heat pipes(CPL,LHP,PHP), Energy-saving design, Solar heat storage and cooling, Heat flow system, Cooling of electronic components, Two-phase flow, Heat transfer elements of artificial satellite and high-altitude flying object

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