With the emerging technologies such as 5G, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and cloud computing in recent years, the server industry is experiencing explosive growth in terms of supply chain demand. In line with the two major trends of "software definition" and "open standards," the industry and the government are joining hands to push ahead with many related research and key technologies. In the process of building up the cloud industry chain, the annual power consumption of data centers, which are made up of many servers, is considerable and therefore the thermal management of servers and data centers has become a crucial issue.
For servers, we put importance on liquid cooling and air cooling technologies such as 1U and 2U. The cooling design principles have their own pros and cons and are suitable for different applications. In addition, the requirements of different server specifications and deployment environments also vary. 
With all the increased computing, more reliable, high thermal conductivity thermal materials are required to cope with the high-power density of different servers. The thermal management in data centers is approached from an energy-saving perspective, ranging from thermal simulations to experimental measurements, focusing on how to optimize the design to achieve energy savings.


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