AI Hub Launched by Vertiv


Vertiv Launches AI Hub: Providing Essential Information and Resources for AI-Ready Infrastructure

Vertiv, a leading provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has recently announced the launch of its AI Hub. This innovative platform is designed to provide partners, customers, and website visitors with access to essential information, reference designs, and resources for planning AI-ready infrastructure.

The Vertiv AI Hub offers a wide range of resources, including white papers, industry research, tools, and power and cooling portfolios suitable for both retrofit and greenfield applications. One of the key features of the platform is its new reference design library, which showcases scalable liquid cooling and power infrastructure capable of supporting chip sets ranging from 10-140kW per rack.

In a statement, Giordano (Gio) Albertazzi, CEO of Vertiv, highlighted the company’s commitment to sharing cutting-edge technology and insights within the data center industry. Albertazzi stated, “We are dedicated to offering in-depth knowledge, a comprehensive portfolio, and expert guidance to empower our customers to deploy energy-efficient AI power and cooling infrastructure for current and future needs.”

The Vertiv AI Hub will also introduce an AI Infrastructure certification program tailored for Vertiv partners. This program aims to provide partners with the necessary skills and knowledge to support customers in their AI journey.

Sean Graham, Research Director of Datacenters at IDC, emphasized the importance of infrastructure providers like Vertiv in navigating the complexities of AI deployment. Graham commented, “With virtually every industry exploring AI opportunities, businesses seek reliable guidance on infrastructure deployment. Vertiv’s reputation as an infrastructure leader makes it a valuable resource for companies shaping their AI strategies.”

Overall, the launch of the Vertiv AI Hub represents a significant step forward in providing the necessary resources and support for businesses looking to implement AI technologies in their infrastructure.

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