With evolving data center needs, come new challenges around power. No, not that kind – batteries. Learn how new Lithium Ion batter technologies are changing facilities management and creating even more reliability.
Emerson Network Power
Emerson Network Power began as a cooling vendor in 2000, providing computer room air conditioner units. After nearly 2 decades, they have grown to be a giant in supplying power and cooling equipment for data centers. In 2016, they were acquired by Platinum Equity Group and re-branded as Vertiv.
Headquarters: Columbus, OH
As it relaunches as a private company with a new brand, Vertiv says it will be able to be more nimble in addressing a changing landscape for data center power and cooling products.
The Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable discusses the impact of edge computing and the Internet of Things, and how these trends are influencing how and where data centers are built and deployed.
Our Executive Roundtable panel examines the challenge of rapid deployment of data center capacity for major cloud computing providers, and the steps the industry is taking to meet these demands.
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In our new Executive Roundtable, five thought leaders discuss the evolution of data center design, and how it is being shaped by cooling strategies.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry Patrick Quirk, VP and GM of Converged Systems for Emerson Network Power, explains how using Redfish specification can improve the simplicity, visibility and control of IT.
In this week’s Voices of Industry, Peter Panfil, VP Global Power, Emerson Network Power, discusses data center transformation: The impact of emerging power architectures on today’s data centers
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Our Executive Roundtable examines the data center industry’s track record on energy efficiency, assessing the progress thus far and laying out the strategies that can take efficiency to the next level.