Plans & Pricing
What should the bubble say for "Liquid Cooling?"
So it's pretty apparent that our water detection system is broken....
How's this for a new "in-row cooling" concept?
I learned about liquid cooling our servers in a talk at Data Center World. I had to leave the presentation after the first five minutes, but I don't think I missed much. This seems easy!
Don't worry, it's just a Proof-of-Concept... I'll write all my findings in a big memo
You can do anything you want on your last day at the company!
Ironically, you are about to start on heck of a firestorm...
You know, I tried out the new overhead irrigation system I just had installed, but doing it this way is so much more fun!
You were supposed to water the vegetable garden outside because its not raining. Not have a cloud burst inside.
Don't worry Gary! I know it needs to be synthetic cooling, that is why i covered the servers with synthetic oil before using the hose.
Hi Mr. Boss, yous said we had to cut the funding the new liquid cooling solution and to plan for higher utility costs. I really want that bonus with this out of the box thinking approach that should save thousands in cooling costs! By the way, what is ASHRAE?
It's our new "immersion on demand" Liquid Cooling System.
They said it was a fault tolerant design too.
Let's see how THEY feel about drinking from the fire hose!!
Don't worry. Once I'm done cooling these test servers I'll move on to Production.
I heard clouds are made of water so I am starting our cloud computing.
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