Oper8 Global – High Performance Compute Solutions

Immersion Cooling Solutions

Advanced cooling for the future. Effortlessly manage the high-powered CPUs and GPUs of today and tomorrow. Seamlessly compatible with commercial servers, leading OEMs, and chip manufacturers.

Transform Your IT Infrastructure with Oper8 Global & DUG’s Advanced Immersion Cooling Solutions.

Introducing Advanced HPC Cooling Technology

Oper8 Global, in partnership with DUG, is proud to offer cutting-edge immersion cooling technologies that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructures. Our solutions cater to the rigorous demands of modern data processing, ensuring optimal performance and sustainability.

Why opt for Immersion Cooling?

Below are some of the features of the partnership with DUG and Oper8 Global

Enhanced Efficiency and Performance

Immersion Cooling significantly reduces power consumption by up to 51% and water usage by up to 25% compared to traditional cooling methods, all while improving hardware density and lifespan.

Proven and Scalable

Leveraging a decade of production use, DUG Cool features a patented design that is both scalable and robust, making it suitable for one of the largest green immersion-cooled facilities worldwide.

Future-Proof Cooling

Engineered to handle the thermal demands of the most power-hungry CPUs and GPUs, ensuring readiness for next-generation computing needs.

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Applications for Immersion Cooling

Diverse Industry Use Cases for Immersion Cooling

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Training

Immersion cooling is ideal for AI training environments due to its ability to handle high-density compute loads. By efficiently managing the heat generated by GPUs and CPUs, it ensures optimal performance and reduces the risk of thermal throttling, enhancing the speed and accuracy of AI model training

Genomic Sequencing

The precision required in genomic sequencing demands reliable and consistent cooling solutions. Immersion cooling provides the necessary thermal management for the intense computational tasks involved in sequencing, ensuring data integrity and accelerating the processing time for genetic analysis

Astrophysics Data Processing

Astrophysics research involves processing vast amounts of data from telescopes and simulations. Immersion cooling supports these high-performance computing needs by offering superior thermal management, which is critical for maintaining the stability and efficiency of the computing infrastructure used in space research

Fluid Dynamics Simulation

Immersion cooling is particularly beneficial for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations, which require extensive computational power to model fluid behavior accurately. This cooling method enhances the performance of the hardware involved, enabling more detailed and faster simulations, essential for industries like aerospace and automotive engineering

Seismic Processing

In the oil and gas industry, seismic processing involves analysing large datasets to identify potential drilling sites. Immersion cooling ensures that the high-performance computing systems used in this analysis remain cool and efficient, reducing downtime and increasing the reliability of the data processing tasks

Pharmaceutical Analysis

Immersion cooling is valuable in pharmaceutical research where drug impact on proteins and other complex analyses are performed. The ability to maintain consistent cooling for high-density compute tasks ensures that the computational models run efficiently, speeding up the research and development process in drug discovery and testing


Here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Immersion Cooling

What is immersion cooling, and how does it work?

Immersion cooling involves submerging electronic components in a thermally conductive but electrically insulating liquid. This method efficiently transfers heat away from the hardware, allowing for effective cooling even under high-performance loads.

What types of fluids are used in immersion cooling systems?

Immersion cooling systems typically use dielectric fluids, such as mineral oils or specially engineered synthetic fluids. These fluids are non-conductive and safe for electronic components, providing effective heat dissipation without causing electrical shorts.

How does immersion cooling compare to traditional air cooling?

Immersion cooling is significantly more efficient than traditional air cooling. It can handle higher heat loads and maintain consistent thermal performance, reducing the risk of overheating and thermal throttling. Additionally, it often results in lower energy consumption and quieter operation.

What are the benefits of using immersion cooling in data centers?

Benefits include improved cooling efficiency, higher hardware density, reduced energy consumption, lower operational costs, and enhanced reliability of IT equipment. It also simplifies the cooling infrastructure, eliminating the need for extensive air conditioning systems.

Is immersion cooling safe for sensitive electronic components?

Yes, immersion cooling is safe for electronic components when using the appropriate dielectric fluids. These fluids are designed to be non-conductive and inert, preventing corrosion and damage to the hardware.

What maintenance is required for an immersion cooling system?

Maintenance for immersion cooling systems is generally minimal, involving periodic checks of fluid levels, quality, and the integrity of seals and pumps. Any debris or particulate matter in the fluid may need to be filtered out occasionally, and the system should be inspected for leaks.

Can immersion cooling be used in existing data centers, or does it require a new setup?

Immersion cooling can be integrated into existing data centers, but it may require modifications to accommodate the tanks and fluid handling systems. For optimal performance, a new setup specifically designed for immersion cooling is often recommended.

What industries benefit most from immersion cooling?

Industries that benefit the most include high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, blockchain and cryptocurrency mining, financial services, healthcare (genomic sequencing), research (astrophysics, fluid dynamics), and oil and gas (seismic processing). These sectors require efficient thermal management for their intensive computational tasks.