Immersion Cooling Market Application (High-Performance Computing, Edge Computing, Cryptocurrency Mining), By Type (Single-Phase And Two-Phase), Cooling Fluid (Mineral Oil, Synthetic, Fluorocarbon-Based), and Geography –Forecast 2027

ID: VPR/A&T/1180 Publishing Year: January 2022 Pages: 102 Format:   


Immersion Cooling Market Overview:

Immersion Cooling is an IT cooling technique that involves immersing a big power distribution component in a thermally conductive dielectric fluid. This approach is used to cool components such as transformers and electronic servers. The components are usually submerged in coolant during this operation. The electronics are not harmed by these coolants because they are nonconductive and non-capacitive. The fans continue to spin at a slower speed, circulating the oil over the heat sinks, and the heat generated by the electronic components is transferred directly and efficiently into the fluid. This eliminates the requirement for traditional cooling components such as interface materials, fans, shrouds, sheet metal, heat sinks, and other components.

Low electrical conductivity and other outstanding insulating qualities are required of the fluid/coolant employed. Immersion cooling is done with deionized water, mineral oil, fluorocarbon-based fluids, and synthetic fluids. Immersion cooling is most commonly employed in electronics, data centres, and cryptocurrency mining. Immersion cooling is also used by electric car and battery manufacturers in batteries, electric motor controllers, drive-train, and other on-board electrical subsystems.

Key Players:

  • Fujitsu Ltd.
  • Dug Technology
  • Submer
  • Liquid Stack
  • Midas Green Technologies
  • Asperitas
  • LiquidCool Solutions
  • ExaScaler, Inc.

Market Drivers:

Traditional data centres were straightforward, and the desired performance did not necessitate the use of high-density servers. New technologies like deep learning, machine learning, the Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, and blockchain, on the other hand, necessitate the processing of massive amounts of data, necessitating the need for increased computational capacity. When compared to air cooling, Immersion Cooling can handle higher heat loads. Many current-generation data centres operate at a power density of 5kW/rack, requiring a 1.0 MW data hall with over 150m2 of technical area to handle 200 racks. To serve high load density and handle massive amounts of data, just 17 racks with a power density of 60kW/rack are required, occupying only 12m2 of technical area. The quantity of heat load and heat density created by data centres grows as a result of this. Immersion Cooling technologies can keep such high-density server racks cold at a minimal cost, while also being non-hazardous and environmentally benign. The advantages of adopting a nontoxic and less corrosive dielectric fluid for liquid immersion cooling are attracting more end users and propelling the Immersion Cooling Industry Forward.

Restraint:

Immersion Cooling is a new technique that has a wide range of uses in high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence, machine learning, cryptocurrency mining, and data mining. For its data centre near the Eastern Columbia River, Microsoft has switched from traditional fan cooling to liquid cooling. Similarly, Google's new AI and machine learning software now uses Immersion Cooling. However, end customers such as Facebook and Amazon, as well as other hyperscalers, are failing to recognise this technology. Most major corporations are in the early stages of implementing it for emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and cloud computing. As a result, the market's expansion is projected to be hampered by a lack of recognition among end consumers.

Market Segmentation:

The Immersion Cooling Market is divided into North America, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Russia, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Rest of Europe in Europe, China, Japan, India, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Rest of Asia-Pacific (APAC) in Asia-Pacific (APAC), Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates in the Middle East.

All country-based Immersion Cooling Market Analysis is further segmented based on the highest level of granularity. The Immersion Cooling Market is divided into two types: single-phase immersion cooling and two-phase Immersion Cooling. The Immersion Cooling Market is divided into mineral oil, fluorocarbon-based fluid, synthetic oil, and others based on the cooling fluid type. The Immersion Cooling Market is divided into numerous applications based on market value, volume, market opportunities, and niches. High performance computers, edge computing, artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency, mining, and other applications make up the Immersion Cooling Market.

Regional Analysis:

Data centres in North America are investing in new high-performance computing servers that run at fast speeds to keep up with the digital economy's rapid expansion. Consumer demand for more cheap hosting and colocation services is forcing data centres to adjust. To address these difficulties, data centres in North America are turning to sophisticated Immersion Cooling Systems, which are more efficient than traditional cooling systems. Immersion Cooling Systems are expected to expand in popularity in the region due to their potential to minimise energy usage as well as operational and maintenance expenses.

Over the projection period, Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing regional market. Anticipating future pandemic-like systemic disturbances, businesses across multiple industries are increasingly focused on IT scalability and resilience by installing cloud and hybrid colocation solutions. Furthermore, technological services firms in Asia Pacific, such as Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), are considering public cloud providers for their service offerings. These factors are projected to increase demand for colocation data centres in the future years, increasing market growth. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, demand for online schooling, video conferencing, social networking, and platforms to assist remote working is growing across Asia Pacific. These developments have increased demand for data centres, which will fuel market expansion.

Covid-19 Impact:

COVID-19 is predicted to have a moderate influence on the data centre Immersion Cooling Market. Pandemic-induced lockdowns wreaked havoc on economies all around the world. The lockdowns also had an impact on data centres. Data centre consolidation and other enterprise operations were put on hold. In the COVID-19 reality, physically relocating servers, closing buildings, and opening a new place is more difficult. Data centres, on the other hand, have seen increased demand, owing to stay-at-home orders, which have resulted in the majority of the global workforce and students now working and learning from home. Data centres have been a backbone sustaining rising internet traffic, delivering collaborative tools for businesses, and ensuring data security as all connections with the outside world have transitioned to online communication. Increased awareness of the benefits that cloud services can give, pressure from boards of directors to create more secure and robust IT environments, and the establishment of local data centres around the world have all contributed to the rise of data centres. The market is expected to develop faster than expected as a result of the pandemic, given the immediate need to improve IT performance, flexibility, and security around the world.

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