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University of Pisa Engages Vertiv for Data Infrastructure Capacity Expansion

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Deployed power and liquid cooling solutions respond to the challenges of ‘The Hybrid Green Data Centre Expansion’ project to improve energy efficiency, reduce operating costs and optimise available space

Vertiv has been selected by the University of Pisa to extend its existing data centre infrastructure and provide the new power and liquid cooling equipment needed to meet the new demands of high-performance computing systems and maintain high operational flexibility.

“The main objective of our project known as ‘The Hybrid Green Data Centre Expansion’ was to use the available wing of the building, while keeping the original design and user interface intact,” said Maurizio Davini, CTO at the University of Pisa. “We also needed to integrate new technology elements that help to meet the growing demands of high-performance computing, while providing excellent operational flexibility. The requirements have been fully met by Vertiv, which has allowed us to keep energy costs under control for efficient management of our new data centre.”

“Vertiv’s solutions, including liquid cooling for direct-to-chip applications and high density power systems, will provide the University of Pisa with the capacity they need to support a new generation of computing and future generations of student research.”

Giordano (Gio) Albertazzi, CEO at Vertiv.

“The increasing adoption of high density and AI applications is demanding innovative infrastructure strategies,” said Giordano (Gio) Albertazzi, CEO at Vertiv. “Vertiv’s solutions, including liquid cooling for direct-to-chip applications and high density power systems, will provide the University of Pisa with the capacity they need to support a new generation of computing and future generations of student research.”

Vertiv provided consulting, design, installation and commissioning services, including the integration of the Vertiv Environet Alert monitoring software, which allows the customer to remotely monitor the entire infrastructure.

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