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Henkel Adhesive Technologies

Data and telecommunications

When every joule, watt, and GHz matters

In data center, broadband connectivity, and optical networks, increasing speeds need more power, escalating performance-limiting heat and cost. Henkel’s cool, advanced material innovations help dissipate heat at the component level in high performance network applications.

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At a glance



5G sites need 2-3x more power and generate more heat than 4G.1



Data center cooling costs expected to rise by 2024.2



Data speeds have increased by 2x since 2014.3

Explore our Data and telecommunication solutions

  • Data center

  • Optical

  • Broadband connectivity

Industry solutions

In a high-speed, digitally-connected world, advanced materials help keep data centers cool, enhance cellular signals, and protect optical networks.

Our formulations source sustainable raw materials, co-engineered to your specific needs, helping to usher in next-gen technologies like 6G, 800G, and 1.6T.

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Increase thermal efficiency + network performance

Learn how you can meet and exceed demands for higher data rates, lower latency, and more reliable performance. Advanced thermal materials help dissipate heat and reduce the operational temperature in microelectronics, enabling higher processing power, higher speeds, and greater bandwidth.

Achieve cost savings

As pressure increases on profitability, customers are looking for new ways to achieve efficiency and cost savings. Learn how to reduce capital and operating expenses while increasing performance and dependability. Innovative advanced materials help optimize performance, reduce heat, and extend the life of components as they help lower power, cooling, and repair costs.

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The 2024 data center pulse report

At Henkel, we wondered the impact of AI on data centers and their adoption of 800G and 1.6T technology. To explore this, we reached out to data and telecom professionals from around the world who work in a range of roles spanning from engineers to executives. Our 2024 report presents the insights from our survey, including some eye-opening revelations.


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    The 2024 data center pulse report

    The influence of innovation and technology on the need to transition from 800G to 1.6T.
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    The 2023 data center pulse report

    With an insatiable demand for faster networking speeds and throughput performance within the data center, 800 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) is gaining momentum as the next big trend in networking to provide capacity to ever-growing customer demands.
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    The heat is on

    Today, network performance, reliability, and durability are critical to datacom and telecom performance around the world. And when network performance is largely determined by power and cooling, the role of thermal management is only going to increase.
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    Look small to go big

    In today’s world of unprecedented network and infrastructure expansion, the need for increased performance and stability is accelerating. This rapid expansion is further challenged by the need to process more data at faster speeds while also accommodating emerging technology developments.

Looking for solutions? We can help

Get in touch with our experts and start exploring advanced materials solutions today.

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