Macdata to ofer cooler data

Macquarie Data Centres (MDC) and ResetData are bringing world-leading data centre cooling technology to Australia.

MDC delivers governments, gamers and metaverse builders the opportunity to use data more efficiently by enabling vital technologies such as GPU-as-a-service inside a sovereign and secure data centre facility. MDC, which is part of Macquarie Telecom Group, has signed a multi-year deal with ResetData, to use Submer data centre cooling technology, a first in Australia.

Submer’s immersion cooling can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 45 pct and creates zero wastewater, compared with traditional water and air-cooling technologies. It also reduces the physical footprint by up to 90 pct, and the heat generated by the infrastructure can be 99 pct recycled.

ResetData will also provide disaster recovery-as-aservice housed in Macquarie Data Centre’s sovereign facilities. The company is targeting growth within government, gaming, video production, rendering and other data-heavy industries needing to balance cost, environmental concerns, and fast-rising compute needs.

Published: July 11, 2022

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