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Liquid cooling technology to support NVIDIA's advanced GPUs for sustainable AI

17 April 2024

ZutaCore, a provider of direct-to-chip, waterless liquid cooling solutions, is providing support for the NVIDIA H100 and H200 Tensor Core GPUs to help data centers maximum artificial intelligence (AI) performance while delivering sustainability. Several leading server manufacturers are engaged with ZutaCore to complete the certification and testing on these GPU platforms.

With the H100's ability to speed up large language models by 30 times over the previous generation, and the H200 being touted as the world's most powerful GPU for supercharging AI and high-Source: ZutaCoreSource: ZutaCoreperformance computing (HPC) workloads, these are two of the highest performing chips ever designed. However, with each GPU consuming 700 W of power, this will challenge data centers that are already struggling to control their heat, energy consumption and footprint.

ZutaCore's direct-to-chip waterless two-phase liquid cooling technology HyperCool was designed specifically to solve these problems and has already been proven to cool the most powerful processors of 1,500 W or more and currently for 100 kW per rack of computing power.

"Next-generation GPUs have unique cooling requirements that are most effectively solved by waterless, direct-to-chip liquid cooling technology for current GPU of 1,500 W while increasing rack-processing density by 300%," said Erez Freibach, co-founder and CEO at ZutaCore. "Not only do hyperscalers eliminate the risk and massive expense of water leakage in the server, but they can also scale their cooling needs with little to no modifications to current real estate, power, or cooling systems. This is a game changer for the future of AI and HPC."

Featuring a groundbreaking closed-loop system that operates at low pressure and moves large amounts of heat off the processors and away from the servers, ZutaCore's HyperCool can be implemented in new or existing data centers to deliver 10 times more computing power, a 50% reduction in total cost of ownership, 100% heat reuse, and reduced carbon dioxide emissions for a sustainable data. There is also a growing ecosystem of servers certified to work with HyperCool, including industry powerhouses such as Dell Technologies, ASUS, Pegatron and SuperMicro.

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