Infosys and Shell partner to expedite the adoption of immersion cooling in data centres

Infosys, a global IT consultancy, is partnering with energy company Shell on a project aimed at promoting the adoption of immersion cooling technologies in datacentres. The collaboration will leverage the expertise of both companies to develop an integrated immersion cooling system that improves the sustainability of datacentre operations. Shell has created its own synthetic immersion cooling fluid, which, when combined with Infosys’ generative artificial intelligence (AI) offerings, enhances energy efficiency and performance. The project will initially pilot the immersion cooling setup in the companies’ own datacentres before expanding to other customers worldwide. The objective of the partnership is to create environmentally responsible datacentres that can handle high computing loads efficiently. Shell believes its immersion cooling technology will greatly contribute to reducing energy usage and meeting sustainability commitments.

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