Welcome to The Liquid Cooling Lounge

You won't need to hold your breath but may be tide for choice here as we can take you on a deep dive to our liquid cooling solutions. Staying on top of the game with cooling solutions is an emerging trend, set to get even hotter with ambitious net zero claims coming into force. With increased productivity for everyday operations (with sustainable capabilities), liquid cooling is the new go-to for Data Centres ready to reduce TCO and futurise their layers.

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Long Term Goals and Benefits

High Performance Compute is becoming more relied on; systems and work stations generate high temperatures due to their workloads.
Heat is a major factor in managing a system because overheating can cause a variety of issues, like decreased performance or system shutdown.
The greatest advantages of liquid cooling are better heat disepation, lower power consumption, and variability.

Other Benefits

Less environmental impact thanks to low PUE

Up to 40% lower TCO

Up to 30% longer hardware lifespan

Lower hardware failure rate

Less CAPEX building costs

Signifficant saving on cooling OPEX


Types of liquid cooling


  • The cooling liquid stays in a single state of matter.
  • Then cooled down, and pumped back to repeat cycle.
  • Can be used for direct on chip or immersion cooling.


  • The liquid vapourises on contact with the component.
  • By cooling the vapour, it shifts back to a liquid.
  • In case of immersion cooling, the liquid drops back to the bath.

immersion cooling

  • The entire component, or even the system is submerged.
  • Immersion can fuction in a single- or two-phase loop.
  • The cooling liquid is a dielectric fluid.

Single Phase

Two Phase


Intelligently Applied - Use Cases

Dual Phase - ZutaCore review

Boston have partnered with ZutaCore to take server cooling to the next level. Boston “insert server model” is using ZutaCore HyperCool - direct-on-chip, waterless, evaporative 2-phase liquid cooling. This technology has many benefits and allows for a more stable CPU core stable frequencies under load. The effect is an increase in CPU performance but simultaneously a lower overall server power consumption. It improves energy efficiency and makes high-performance computing possible in environments limited by air cooling or with high ambient temperature.

Immersion Cooling - Boston + Asperitas + Bytesnet

Boston partnered with Bytesnet, a Netherlands-based company in an effort to re-use reidual heat from data-centres. This collaboration provides long-term reliable, affordable and sustainable heat solutions in the Groningen district, as part of the WarmteStad initiative. Redirecting exess heat is done by using immersion cooling, provided by Asperitas, which has the cooling capacity of 60KW. The dyelectric fluid is warmed up by the systems, that heat is then taken elsewhere to be use. The added benefit Asperitas brought was the fact that the solution used convetion to circulate the cooling fluid, which means that the lack of pumps lowered the total cost of ownership.

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(More is better) Single Phase Open Loop Dual Phase Open Loop Submersion
Ease of adoption
Reliability concerns

Boston partners in Liquid cooling