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.
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.
This data center cooling webinar, sponsored by HPAC Engineering and Vertiv, addresses innovations in cooling system efficiency and deployment, new technologies to gain visibility and control for remote IT spaces, and advances in data center cooling certifications and industry standards. CUE credits will be available.
Managers are often under a spotlight when it comes to improving data center performance and energy efficiency, yet put off making beneficial changes. In fact, there are five myths that have developed out of the most common reactions we get when asking a customer why he or she does not want a thermal system upgrade.
Our new certification from the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) gives you a way to offer validated and verified performance—with less need for customers to invest in expensive third-party testing.
You’re accountable for more than keeping your data center up and running. And so are we. Vertiv delivers breakthrough innovations in data center cooling that help you meet SLAs, save energy, conserve water, deploy faster and run smarter.