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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
Schneider Electric and Emerson Network Power are actively engaging with the Open Compute Project, introducing racks, power equipment and even new business units designed to build upon the community’s progress.
New data center power designs are impacting effiency. Now, learn about alternative power configurations that improve overall cost and deployment speed, while providing the availability levels required for this new generation of data centers.
In this week’s Voice of the Industry, Dan Draper of Emerson Network Power share some insights from the recent Data Center IQ Survey Report.
Learn about the impacts of outages and downtime in this new study examining data center costs, deployment, and risk.
The cost of an outage continues to go up. In this new study – find out the main reasons a data center might go down, what this costs to the business, and how you can create a more resilient infrastructure.
In this week’s Voice of the Industry, Daniel Draper of Emerson Network Power, explains the latest figures on the cost of data center downtime. The average cost of a data center outage in 2016 now stands at $740,357, up 38% from 2010.