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Vertiv’s free online tool helps streamline data centre planning

Users are able to save configurations for future reference and quick modification. (Image source: Vertiv)

Vertiv, a provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has launched the Vertiv Modular Designer Lite, a new tool designed to transform and simplify the configuration of prefabricated modular (PFM) data centres, to the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market

With an array of features included to enhance the customer experience, the new tool is a web-based application that streamlines the process of designing Vertiv SmartMod and Vertiv SmartMod Max solutions in order to meet user-specific needs.

"The Vertiv Modular Designer Lite empowers users to effortlessly design their own data centres, tailored precisely to their needs," remarked Viktor Petik, vice president for the integrated modular solutions business at Vertiv. "With its intuitive interface and comprehensive features, this tool represents a significant step forward for early planning of modular data centre design."

The tool has been designed and launched by the company to address the challenges of early planning and provide a solution based on customer inputs. Using Modular Designer Lite, users are able to quickly design all-in-one data centres up to 200kW without requiring a technical background (although it can also be helpful to a range of technical stakeholders as well).

Enhancing data centre design

According to Vertiv, users are able to save configurations for future reference and quick modification with support for 2D and 3D visualisations and access essential technical documentation easily. Moreover, company experts are available to provide support throughout the process and are on hand to enhance the initial design with an internal, more sophisticated version of the Vertiv Modular Designer.

“I have personally utilised this tool online during customer discussions, effectively exploring and presenting diverse design alternatives,” commented Siniša Stojanoski, DCCS BU, X86 specialist, SEE from Dell Technologies. "Its intuitive interface and robust features provide a streamlined solution for designing modular data centres, enabling customers to visualise their configurations effectively and make informed decisions, reducing time and costs."

The Vertiv Modular Designer Lite is the latest in a long list of solutions Vertiv has recently released to the AMEA market, standing next to products such as DynaFlex Battery Energy Storage System and its new energy-efficient UPS.

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