Intel to invest $700 Million on Innovative Data Centre Tech


Intel will invest around $700 million for a 200,000 square-foot research and development lab focused on data center technologies and addressing areas such as cooling, heating and water usage.

The chipmaker has also revealed its first open intellectual property (Open IP) immersion liquid cooling solutions and reference design.

Executive Opinion

Sandra L. Rivera, Intel executive vice president and general manager of the Datacenter and AI Group, said, "Intel’s dedication to its global partnerships is evident with these announcements today. The future of the data center and data center design is based on innovative and sustainable technologies and practices, and I’m proud of the work we’re doing every day to help make a sustainable future a reality."

Intel's New Data Center Tech Lab

The lab will be highly focused on areas such as water usage effectiveness, immersion cooling and heat reuse and recapture.

Construction on the lab will begin by the end of this year at the Jones Farm Campus in Oregon, with an opening expected in late 2023.

As per the report, it said that data centers represent approx. 1% of the global electricity demand and account for around 0.3% of global carbon emissions. Investing in standardizing cooling technologies and R&D for future innovations strengthens Intel’s commitment to more sustainable technology solutions.
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