Cooling technology empowers governments, gamers, and metaverse builders to use data more efficiently by enabling vital technologies such as GPU-as-a-service in a sovereign and secure data center facility.
Macquarie Data Centers, part of Macquarie Telecom Group (ASX: MAQ), has signed a multi-year agreement with ResetData, Australia’s first provider to leverage Submer data center technology.
The partnership will see Summer cooling technology used exclusively in Australia for the first time. Compared to traditional water and air cooling technologies, Submer’s immersion cooling can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 45 percent and produces no wastewater.
It also reduces the physical footprint by up to 90 percent, and the heat generated by the infrastructure can be recycled by 99 percent. Worldwide, Submer works together with tech giants such as Intel and Dell.
ResetData provides disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) in Macquarie Data Center’s sovereign facilities. The company focuses on growth in government, gaming, video production, rendering, and other data-intensive industries that need to balance costs, environmental concerns, and rapidly increasing computing needs.
ResetData Co-founder and Managing Director Bass Salah say the technology will enable efficient GPU-as-a-service (GPUaaS), which will be a game changer in 3D rendering, architectural design services, cloud gaming, and even institutional blockchain. In addition to blockchain, he sees technology as a cornerstone to enable the metaverse.
“For example, the New South Wales government is building a statewide digital twin,”
“It will replicate all levels of infrastructure, street scale, and built environment in a single panel that will require significant processing power once fully populated. Governments must use the most efficient data center technologies.”
“In projects like this and the investments that hyperscalers make, we see the beginnings of the metaverse – a virtual world that people interact with through digital avatars – taking shape. Very few people and businesses are thinking about the underlying infrastructure needed to power this new virtual world, including data centers at its heart, and without these considerations, the real world will suffer.” said Salah
Macquarie Data Centers Group Executive David Hirst said the partnership expands service offerings at Macquarie Park’s data center campus.
“Our partnership with ResetData enables increasingly important technologies such as GPUaaS to power Australia’s digital economy. It is great to see how technologies come onto the market that enafuture digital application-suture.”
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