Vertiv launches Liebert PCW for data centres in the region

Vertiv launches Liebert PCW for data centres in the region

Malaysia [February 6, 2022] – With the debut of the enlarged Liebert PCW chilled water range, Vertiv (NYSE: VRT), a global provider of essential digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, continues to expand its data centre thermal management product portfolio.

The Liebert PCW, which is designed for medium to large-scale data centres and supports high-density computing, now has a cooling capacity of up to 250kW and is available throughout Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand..  

The Liebert PCW’s coil design and airflow optimization enable it to support high capacities in a compact footprint, delivering best-in-class cooling performance.

It was developed by Vertiv’s own research and development team using the latest technologies and performance tested in a GMPI Certified Laboratory.

Furthermore, thanks to its space-saving and compact design, the Liebert PCW can supply greater cooling power with a smaller footprint, while also enabling high return air temperatures and chilled water temperatures for increased efficiency. Other variants in the series range in power from 69.7 to 208.9 KW.

Rapid deployment

“The overall market for larger data centres is expanding as the world continues its digital revolution. Data centres must also be adaptable and rapid to deploy.

“With the launching of the extended Liebert PCW range, our clients will have more options for supporting high-density computing applications while still fulfilling their efficiency requirements.

“This will undoubtedly meet the needs of the region’s medium to large-scale data centres.,” says Rebecca Ng, head of thermal management at Vertiv in Asia. 

Vertiv continues to offer cutting-edge thermal management solutions to meet the demands of its customers throughout the region. The Liebert VIC liquid immersion cooling system, the Liebert XD series for high heat densities, and the Liebert DM room cooling for small and medium data centres are among the other thermal management solutions announced this year.