Intel DCM Enables Added Features to ZutaCore’s Waterless Liquid Cooling Solution for Data Centers
ZutaCore, a waterless, liquid cooing company unlocking the power of cooling in data centers, announced the strategic integration of Intel Data Center Manager (DCM) into ZutaCore’s software-defined-cooling (SDC) platform. Together, the companies are increasing SDC functionality by providing the opportunity to gain visibility into computing power assets to virtualize and optimize available resources. This addresses an increasing demand from data center operators for innovative opportunities to leverage software for resource optimization.
Intel has developed DCM to offer enterprises and service provides real-time power and thermal monitoring for servers, racks, and groups of servers in data centers. In addition, ISVs and system integrators can integrate DCM for health monitoring and utilization, increased rack density, high-value power management features, and more. ZutaCore’s data center cooling platform enhanced with DCM’s suite of tools will help data center operators to virtualize cooling resources and provide them with the capability to optimize applications across their assets. Ultimately, it can enable predictive cooling schemes for maximum utilization of resources at the highest power efficiencies.
“By equipping ZutaCore’s HyperCool² ™ with the underlying Intel DCM functionality, we have taken software-defined-cooling to a new level,” said Udi Paret, President, ZutaCore. “Now, data center operators will benefit not only from ZutaCore’s complete hardware system, enhanced by SDC, for cooling assets virtualization, predictive operations and optimization, but they can trust that it is built on a leading industry platform from Intel.”
“Intel DCM’s integration into ZutaCore’s software-defined- cooling platform compliments our company’s efforts to help data center operators monitor and manage the power consumption of their facilities,” said Jeffrey Klaus, General Manager, Intel Data Center Management Solutions. “Ultimately, this will enable them to efficiently provision cooling resources and consume less power.”