We take a powerful server and immerse it in a tank of liquid, then apply voltage and hope that no sparks fly. But maybe we should be afraid of something else: continue to build data centers with a service life of more than 10 years, the cooling of which depends solely on air flows? How sustainable is an industry that spends more on providing electricity to rotating fans than it does on powering processors?
Many CIOs stated at the time that their data would never exist outside of their firewall. When moving to the cloud, it should have been their cloud in their data center: private cloud.
Research firm IDC predicts that by 2023, 25% of Fortune 500 companies will use quantum computing. This is a very bold prediction, given that today we have no real examples of quantum computing.
The information collected allows us to track the changing priorities of companies in the process of digital transformation, the impact COVID-19 load on it departments and the speed of implementation of technological projects and identify the key challenges in digital services incurred during a pandemic.
The Engage program transformed the specifics of interaction with partners from a static model to a dynamic one. The modern world does not allow people to stand still, new technologies require constant development and study. Now the program has 3 areas – the level of relationships, business model and specialization.
A couple of years ago, the maximum air cooling limit was 600W per unit. Today, it is theoretically possible to divert up to 1.2 kW per unit using air. However, in the future, you will need to allocate 2 KW, and you can't do without liquid cooling.