Coolcentric, a new division of Vette Corp., announced that its LiquiCool systems have been proven to significantly reduce energy consumption by cooling units by up to 90 percent and to lower total data center cooling costs by as much as 60 percent. Coolcentric also announced that Vette Corp. has acquired U.S. patents for cooling IT rack technology. Coolcentric, formerly named Datacom Facilities Division, focuses on delivering energy- and space-efficient cooling solutions for reducing data center costs. The creation of Coolcentric is a testament to the growing demand for sustainable data centers, challenged by soaring energy consumption and operating costs.  Coolcentric offers its patented LiquiCool technology in a variety of turnkey data center cooling solutions. The LiquiCool system includes Rear Door Heat Exchangers (RDHx) that mount to the back of IT racks and cool the computer equipment exhaust air before it reenters the data center operating environment. LiquiCool reduces or eliminates unnecessary fan power which reduces cooling unit energy consumption by up to 90 percent. Data center cooling costs are reduced up to 60 percent by lowering capital expense, energy consumption and space requirements.