Stulz launches CyberCool CMU


22 May 2024

Stulz has announced a new coolant management and distribution unit designed to maximise heat exchange efficiency in liquid cooling solutions.

Set to be launched at Data Centre World Frankfurt 2024 (May 22-23), the CyberCool CMU is said to offer high levels of energy efficiency, flexibility and reliability within a small footprint, while providing precise control over an entire liquid cooling system.

CyberCool CMU has been developed to maximise heat exchange by isolating the facilities water system and technology cooling system elements of a liquid cooling system. This significantly reduces the risk of cross-contamination and leaks, thereby enhancing overall reliability. It also provides precise control over each side of the cooling system, enabling better management of coolant flow rates, temperatures and pressure, which improves overall system efficiency.

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"The rapid advancement of high-performance computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has led to a massive increase in data centre rack and server power density,'' saidJoerg Desler, Global Director Technology at Stulz. "Central processing units (CPUs) and graphics processing units (GPUs) are expected to exceed 1000W per processor or higher in the next few years. These processing requirements are placing tremendous demands on data centre cooling systems and where liquid cooling was once an option, it is rapidly becoming essential.

"The transition to liquid cooling in data centres is well underway and we are confident that CyberCool CMU can meet the heat transfer demands of these systems sustainably, efficiently, reliably and flexibly.''