Creating offices that double as data centres – with free hot water

ResetData has installed the first liquid-cooled data server in an Australian commercial building, modelling a future in which landlords adapt unused space to offer clients edge data centre services – and get free hot water.

The commissioning of two 100-kilowatt pods in Investa’s 151 Clarence Street tower in Sydney will use the basement as a showroom for clients to cool server racks by immersing them in liquid, rather than the standard practice of air-cooling data centres.

See the Australian Financial Review article for full details.

Published: December 13, 2023

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