Data centers and decentral “edge” installations have evolved in recent years. Organizations recognize the technical and business value of deploying modular, scalable, and more precisely-defined infrastructure. This value comes from repeatable, pre-configured, and quality-assured components that grow with business and IT growth. However, growth is not exclusively in the data center sector or its installations. Heat load is increasing along with packing density. So, how can you ensure that energy costs remain manageable as IT infrastructure grows, while ensuring data availability at all times? In this session, we will look at traditional ways of cooling and focus on new technologies such as direct-to-chip or immersion cooling.