Thermal Management

Controlling heat and humidity is just the beginning. Do you understand environmental conditions when evaluating the use of outside air for IT cooling? How do you manage wildly fluctuating conditions at remote access sites around the globe? Our experts can help you find the answers.

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Thermal Management

Replace 10-Year-Old Equipment for Higher Protection and Efficiency

March 01, 2018
Thermal Management

Upgrade New Equipment for Higher Efficiency

March 01, 2018

Trinergy Cube Smart Solutions

February 28, 2018
Thermal Management

Vertiv Expands Thermal Management Portfolio With Acquisition of Energy Labs

January 16, 2018
Data Center/Colocation/Hosting

Is the Gen 4 Data Center in Your Future?

January 09, 2018

Calculate Your Savings With Cooling Unit Retrofits

December 21, 2017
Thermal Management

Vertiv Expands Cooling Offerings for Colocation and Cloud Hosting Data Centers With Three Groundbreaking Solutions

December 19, 2017

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Vertiv 2016 Cooling The Edge Survey

What are IT, Data Center and Facilities professionals commenting about their biggest challenges and concerns when cooling network closets, server rooms, and other edge computing spaces? Watch this video to learn more about their insights.

Calculate Your Free-Cooling Hours

Using the Free Cooling Economization Calculator, you can see how much economization is estimated based on geographic location, loads and other operating parameters. These calculations are estimates and should not be construed as results you would achieve in an actual installation.

vXchnge Revolutionizes Thermal Management

Colocation provider vXchnge is rolling out thermal management innovations in many of its U.S. data centers. vXchnge is an edge co-location provider with 14 data centers across the U.S., and Vertiv solutions are present in many of them, providing power, cooling or monitoring and control technologies for protection, efficiency and capacity management.

iCOM CMS Demo: Revolutionize How You Manage Edge Computing Spaces

The iCOM thermal management system with mobile app is the first IoT product to support edge computing and cloud computing in small critical spaces. It gives contractors, service providers and IT managers visibility into the small IT spaces they maintain, improving alarm response and management through real-time notification and troubleshooting workflows via mobile devices, the web and building management systems (BMS).