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CarnotJet container

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Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) has announced its first container-based CarnotJet submersion cooling data centre.

The first of its kind in the world, GRC's submersion cooling racks are installed in a lightly modified 40-foot ISO shipping module. The end result is a drag-and-drop solution that enables premium data centre performance at the lowest cost in the industry, the company says.

The containerised system allows the customer to install a state-of-the-art data centre anywhere, in any environment, in any region, as long as there is a level installation surface and access to water and power. Configurable from 50 kW to 200 kW, the GRC container provides a flexible, modular platform to build data centres, says its manufacturer.

The installation of GRC's first container-based CarnotJet submersion cooling data centre has been completed at one of the world's leading supercomputing centres.