Vertiv launches AI hub to support critical digital infrastructure

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has announced the launch of its AI Hub, aimed at bridging the knowledge gap in the fast-evolving field of artificial intelligence (AI). This initiative comes at a time when AI use cases are expanding rapidly, yet expert information remains scarce for pioneering data centers.

The Vertiv AI Hub offers a wealth of resources, including white papers, industry research, tools, and power and cooling portfolios designed for both retrofit and greenfield applications. Central to the Hub is a reference design library showcasing scalable liquid cooling and power infrastructure capable of supporting chip sets ranging from 10-140kW per rack.

Reflecting on the dynamic nature of the AI tech stack and its supporting infrastructure, the Vertiv AI Hub is designed to be continuously updated with new content. Among the anticipated additions is an AI Infrastructure certification program for Vertiv partners.

“Vertiv has a history of sharing new-to-world technology and insights for the data center industry,” said Vertiv CEO Giordano (Gio) Albertazzi. “We are committed to providing deep knowledge, the broadest portfolio, and expert guidance to enable our customers to be among the first to deploy energy-efficient AI power and cooling infrastructure for current and future deployments. Our close partnerships with leading chipmakers and innovative data center operators make us uniquely qualified to help our customers and partners on their AI journey.”

Alvin Cheang, High Density Compute Business and AI Director at Vertiv in Asia, emphasized the importance of the AI Hub for the region. “AI is here to stay, and Vertiv is ready to help our customers navigate the challenges of realizing their AI objectives. The AI Hub is an excellent source for all our partners and customers in the Asia region to gain a deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges of AI, and how Vertiv can assist to scale and embrace the AI journey,” said Cheang.

Sean Graham, Research Director for Datacenters at IDC, highlighted the value of Vertiv’s new resource. “Virtually every industry is exploring opportunities to drive business value through AI, but there are more questions than answers around how to deploy the infrastructure. A recognized infrastructure provider like Vertiv is valuable to businesses building an AI strategy and looking for a single source for information,” Graham noted.

The launch of the AI Hub underscores Vertiv’s commitment to supporting the data center industry with cutting-edge solutions and expert guidance as organizations increasingly integrate AI into their operations.

For more information on Vertiv’s solutions for AI, visit [Vertiv AI Hub](