Immersion Cooling Market To Hit Value .01 Billion By 2030 |Grand View Research, Inc.

Posted by Mrudula Anil Karmarkar on September 26th, 2022

The global immersion cooling market size is anticipated to reach USD 1.01 billion by 2030, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The market is expected to register a CAGR of 22.6% from 2022 to 2030. The growth is primarily driven by the rising demand for data center infrastructure as well as the increased power consumption by other cooling systems.

The cooling infrastructure in data center buildings consumes over half of the total energy. The need for data infrastructure is rapidly increasing, causing servers to store more data and approach their heat rejection levels faster. These systems are being used in data centers to cut energy usage and overhead expenses. By removing active cooling components such as fans and heat sinks, immersion cooling enables a significantly higher density of processing capabilities. Smaller data centers can provide the same performance as larger data centers and can be easily fitted into metropolitan areas with limited space.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for web-enabled services has increased tremendously as people across the globe stayed at home. For instance, Netflix gained 15.77 million new paid subscribers worldwide, from February to March 2020; above its projected 7 million which has created demand. To reduce the environmental impact, data centers are focused on immersion cooling methods. Microsoft, for example, began burying its servers in liquid in April 2021 to increase energy efficiency and performance. This system saves money because no energy is required to transport the liquid around the tank, and no chiller is required for the condenser.

The increasing demand for cost-efficient and energy-efficient cooling solutions from data centers is expected to drive growth. Strict lockdowns enforced by global governments in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 hampered industry expansion. The lockdowns also impacted data centers, wherein data center consolidation was put on hold. Moving servers, closing buildings, and constructing a new location were all more difficult in the COVID-19 universe. Data centers showed growth in demand, owing mostly to the global workforce working from home and an increase in e-commerce.

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The immersion cooling market in the U.S. is undergoing a shift owing to the COVID-19 pandemic as players in this space undertook capacity expansion to meet the increasing demand for the product from data centers. The COVID-19 crisis spurred the spread of e-commerce to new enterprises, customers, and product categories. Furthermore, the rising need for IoT capabilities and cloud computing infrastructure in the U.S. is likely to fuel demand for data centers, particularly hyper-scale data centers.

Immersion Cooling Market Report Highlights

  • Artificial intelligence is expected to grow at a CAGR of 26.3% from 2022 to 2030. Development and mass deployment of deep learning by Facebook, Microsoft, Google Amazon, and others are expected to boost market demand
  • The demand for fluorocarbon-based fluids is anticipated to witness growth at a CAGR of 24.4%, owing to its high chemical & thermal stability, high dielectric strength, and relatively high vapor pressure aid the easy adoption for maintaining temperatures of equipment
  • North America accounted for 35.9% of the global revenue share in 2021 owing to the presence of large-scale data centers, 5G network adoption, intelligent building, and building automation vendors in the region
  • In January 2022, Intel has collaborated with Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) to develop and execute improved systems for future data centers in collaboration with data center clients
  • Companies that provide immersion cooling are working on growing their global business footprints. For example, Submer announced a relationship with SYNNEX Corporation in March 2021 to increase its presence in the U.S.

The market exhibits the presence of several global as well as regional players. Several proprietary immersion cooling solutions are available in the industry and various manufacturers retrofit off-the-shelf Information Technology Equipment (ITE) to make it compatible with their technology. In addition, manufacturers offer customized solutions to their clients as per requirements.

The increasing demand for IoT functionality and cloud computing infrastructure is expected to drive the demand for data centers, especially hyper-scale data centers. Hyperscale data centers enable digital platforms to store and transfer data efficiently. As compared to modern data centers, hyper-scale facilities have high-volume traffic as well as the capability to handle heavy computing workloads.

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The market is highly competitive with major companies striving for industry leadership. Key players emphasize integration across the value chain to strengthen their market positions. Strategies employed by companies include collaborations, partnerships, and new product development to enhance their industry positions. Companies such as Green Revolution Cooling and Asperitas have partnered to create awareness about systems in the industry space.

Strategies help the companies in enhancing their industry share and providing to the changing technological demand of various end-use industries such as data centers and IT companies. For instance, in March 2021, Liquid Stack collaborated with Wiwyn to advance the IT infrastructure designed for 2-phase immersion cooling. Some prominent players in the global immersion cooling market include:

  • Fujitsu Limited
  • Dug Technology
  • Green Revolution Cooling Inc.
  • Submer
  • Liquid Stack
  • Midas Green Technologies
  • Asperitas
  • DCX- The Liquid Cooling Company
  • LiquidCool Solutions
  • ExaScaler Inc.


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