Calibrated vector cooling

What is calibrated vector cooling?
Calibrated vector cooling is an air cooling and conditioning technology used to dissipate heat and provide cool air in a server and computing environment with a number of components.

It was developed by IBM to be implemented and used with the blade server series and other products in close proximity to a variety of computer equipment.

Calibrated vector cooling improves and optimizes the flow of cooling air in computers and server systems. It is implemented in blade server systems in a small case / chassis with a high number and density of processors, motherboards and other printed circuit boards.

As a system with a high density of components, such devices and devices generate a large amount of heat. Calibrated vector cooling works here by directing cool (chilled) air into the hottest part of such systems. This not only allows for lower device temperatures, but also limits the number of internal cooling fans required.

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