Dean Amy Fleischer published “Cooling Our Insatiable Demand for Data” in the distinguished journal, Science.
The world is driven by constant access to information. We have the entire world at our fingertips wherever we are, and access to data in its various forms is ubiquitous. The ability to retrieve this information, much of it now stored in the cloud, is supported by data centers of various sizes and scales. Although instant access to data from anywhere is a benefit in many ways, part of the cost of this access is in escalating energy demands, much of it from the cooling infrastructure needed to support these data centers.
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