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RE: What is the limit? (was RE: multi-homing fixes)
|> From: Daniel Senie [mailto:[email protected]] |> Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2001 8:25 PM |> |> At 11:10 PM 8/29/01, Vadim Antonov wrote: |> |> >On Wed, 29 Aug 2001, Andrew Partan wrote: |> > |> > > I have proposed to various router vendors the |> possibility of giving |> > > them a chilled water feed instead of lots of cool air. At the |> > > moment they seem to not need it, but I would not be surprized to |> > > find something like this needed at some point. |> > |> >Err. Water and electricvity make a dangerous mix. |> |> And this was not a problem in IBM Mainframe computers because? |> |> I'm not registering an opinion one way or the other at this point on |> whether routers should consider other forms of cooling, but |> using water or |> other liquids to cool electronics is not a new concept. Properly |> engineered, there is no particular danger. No particular danger, except what it does to the operational budget.