Immersion Cooling in Data Centers – Global Market Trends and Growth Opportunities 2022-2027 with Profiles from Fujitsu, Green Revolution Cooling, and Submer Technologies, among others –

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Global Data Center Immersion Cooling Market was valued at USD 399.9 Million in 2021, and it is projected to reach USD 1,596.1 Million by 2027, registering an estimated CAGR of 26.06% during the forecast period 2022-2027.

The growing carbon footprint of data centers is one of the main reasons driving the increased adoption of advanced liquid cooling technologies, such as immersion cooling. In a recent study conducted by 3M, a leading supplier of synthetic coolant in the immersion cooling market, it was identified that 38% of the electricity needed in data centers equipped with traditional cooling technologies air base is used only to cool electronic components.


Increase in the number of hyperscale data centers is driving the market as hyperscale data centers are widely used in different industries to increase the computing capacity, memory, network infrastructure or resources of storage. The different characteristics of large-scale data centers include the physical infrastructure and distribution systems that support data centers to maximize cooling efficiency and the ability to scale computing tasks ever faster.

High-density power consumption management is driving the market, as many industry estimates place cooling costs at around 40% of data center power consumption. Immersion cooling can reduce data center power consumption by more than 60%, with some systems indicating it could be a reduction of up to 95%. For many data centers, this represents millions of dollars in savings per year.

The growing carbon footprint of data centers is another major issue leading to increased adoption of advanced liquid cooling technologies, such as immersion cooling. In a recent study conducted by 3M Corporation, a leading supplier of synthetic coolant in the immersion cooling market, it was identified that 38% of the electricity needed in data centers equipped with air cooling technologies traditional is used to cool electronic components.

High investments with higher capital expenditures are restraining the growth of the market, as a requirement for specialized infrastructure is needed and hence should be justified keeping in mind a longer term return on investment.

The recent COVID-19 outbreak has put additional pressure on several economies across various sectors. This has shifted attention to a digital economy. Given the role of immersion cooling, as data centers handle more next-gen applications such as the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, they require higher-density processors, which produce more heat , thus requiring more cooling power.

Main market trends

  • High performance computing will drive the market

  • North America will hold the dominant share

Competitive landscape

The degree of competition in the market studied is high and is expected to increase over the forecast period. The current market includes a number of companies vying for attention where the total addressable market is high. However, some companies are heavily backed by government funding or investors. For example, Iceotope is backed by Schneider Electric, which also offers data center cooling solutions. GRC also recently acquired its series funding to reach $15 million in total funds.

  • August 2021 – Submer, a leading creator of advanced immersion cooling solutions for cloud data centers and edge computing, announced a partnership with Hypertec. Liquid immersion cooling allows data centers to meet the growing demand for better power density while providing protection from outside elements that could damage hardware.

  • August 2021 – Green Revolution Cooling (GRC), in conjunction with Intel, announced a partnership to test the reliability and safety of this technology and optimize system performance of immersion-cooled racks powered by Intel Xeon Scalable processors.

Main topics covered


1.1 Study assumptions and market definition

1.2 Scope of the study


2.1 Research framework

2.2 Secondary research

2.3 Main research approach and main respondents

2.4 Data triangulation and generation of insights



3.1.1 Market Overview

3.1.2 Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

3.1.3 Assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on the industry


4.1 Drivers

4.1.1 Increase in the number of large-scale data centers

4.1.2 Managing High Density Power Consumption

4.2 Constraints

4.2.1 High investment with higher capital expenditure


5.1 Evolution of Data Center Cooling

5.2 Power Consumption and Compute Density Metrics and Key Considerations

5.3 Disassembly of Fluid, CPU, GPUs, Racks and Infrastructure Providers


6.1 by type

6.1.1 Single-phase immersion cooling system

6.1.2 Two-phase immersion cooling system

6.2 per coolant

6.2.1 Mineral oil

6.2.2 Demineralised water

6.2.3 Fluorocarbon fluids

6.2.4 Synthetic fluids

6.3 per app

6.3.1 High Performance Computing

6.3.2 Edge Computing

6.3.3 Artificial intelligence

6.3.4 Cryptocurrency mining

6.3.5 Other applications

6.4 by geography

6.4.1 North America

6.4.2 Europe

6.4.3 Asia-Pacific

6.4.4 Rest of the world


7.1 Company Profiles

7.1.1 Fujitsu Limited

7.1.2 Green Revolution Cooling Inc.

7.1.3 Submersible technologies

7.1.4 Liquid cell inc.

7.1.5 Asperitas Company

7.1.6 Liquid Cool Solutions

7.1.7 Midas Green Technologies

7.1.8 Iceotope Technologies Ltd.

7.1.9 Wiwynn Corporation

7.1.10 DCX Ltd.



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Ramon J. Espinoza