Vertiv to showcase Liquid Cooling innovations

Presentation of Vertiv™ Liebert® XDU Coolant Distribution Unit designed to support liquid cooling within high-density environments.

  • Saturday, 2nd March 2024 Posted 1 month ago in by Phil Alsop

Vertiv will showcase the company’s newest products and solutions at Data Centre World, the world's largest gathering of data centre professionals and end-users, on March 6-7, 2024 at ExCeL London. Vertiv will be presenting the latest advancements in power, cooling, and IT infrastructure solutions for data centres at the VIP Lounge, offering visitors the opportunity to learn from its team of experts and experience its innovative technology, firsthand.

At the end of 2023, Vertiv acquired CoolTera Ltd., a designer and manufacturer of data centre liquid cooling technology. Data Centre World will be the first time that Vertiv will be presenting the incredibly efficient and versatile CoolTera-designed Vertiv™ Liebert® XDU Coolant Distribution Units in the UK. The units are suitable for chip and rear door cooling applications that allow easy, cost-effective deployment in any data centre. The Liebert® XDU family offers systems that operate with or without facility water, allowing organisations to tap into the benefits of liquid-cooled servers to more efficiently support higher rack densities without incurring the costs of major infrastructure changes.

Alex Brew, regional director, Northern Europe at Vertiv, says: “We are excited be at the largest global gathering of data centre specialists, engineers and business leaders to present this advanced technology and discuss the latest trends in critical infrastructure, whether it be edge, hyperscale, colocation or scaling an existing data centre. Whatever the situation, we will be on hand to provide guidance on topics including AI readiness, efficiency and sustainability. We will be at the VIP lounge to share our expertise with delegates on technologies such as liquid cooling, chilled water cooling, monitoring and management, prefabricated modular solutions and much more. These technologies can also be explored virtually in the Vertiv™ XR App.”

In addition to networking opportunities, Vertiv will be presenting four informative sessions over the two days, covering the topics of grid support capabilities, liquid cooling innovations, from cloud to AI for sustainability and using AI to deploy power infrastructure at scale. Details of the sessions can be found below.

Wednesday 6th March:

- Bring Your Own Power: Exploring alternative energy sources and grid support capabilities for UPS systems – presented by Puya Forghani, Vertiv offering manager for large power solutions, at 12:25 in the Design and Build Theatre.

- The Thermal Tsunami: Riding the Wave of Liquid Cooling for Future Compute – presented by Simon Brady, Vertiv product manager, at 15:50 in the Keynote Theatre.

Thursday 7th March:

- From Cloud to AI: delivering futureproof infrastructure platforms with modular, sustainable building practices – presented by Kresimir Krpan, Vertiv senior director, solutions architecture and presales engineering for integrated modular solutions in EMEA, at 10:00 in the Design and Build Theatre.

- Empowering AI and Other High-Density Applications: Deploying Power Infrastructure at Scale with Ease and Speed – presented by Michele Venturini, Vertiv offering manager for global large power solutions, at 14:20 in the Keynote Theatre.