"Nerdalize eRadiator" which moves the heating machine by the waste heat of the distributed cloud service server for free

"How to cool down waste heat" is a big problem in data centers that store large amounts of servers, and the cost of cooling equipment can be up to 30% of the total.MicrosoftYaGoogleIs building a data center that cools this large amount of waste heat with sea water, but from the Netherlands cloud service company · Nerdalize, it will provide heaters with output of 1000 watts using waste heat of distributed cloud service server Products that shape the idea of ​​reversal have appeared.


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Nerdalize provides a distributed cloud service that installs a server at the user's home and it is unnecessary to operate the centralized data center and therefore it is possible to provide the service at a price less than half of the conventional cloud service It is.

"Setting a server at home" seems to have a lot of resistance, but Nerdalize warms the room free of charge using the server's waste heatEnecoe RadiatorWe started offering. As for the initial cost 400 euros (about 48,000 yen) to 500 euros (about 60,000 yen), it is necessary to make a hole in the fiber optic internet contract and even the wall, but after installation it will produce 1000 watts of output It is said that it can be used as a heater for 300 Euro (about 36,000 yen) per year. Furthermore, we can reduce annual CO2 emissions by 3 tons by using heating using waste heat.

In the period when heating is unnecessary, it is also possible to discharge the waste heat of the server outside. According to the user's story, the room will be warm enough in one hour after turning on the heating. Nerdalize says that cloud service can be used at affordable price, home is a "one stone three bird" idea that warms up at home for free and reduces CO2 emissions.

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