At Vertiv, your vision is our passion. It’s why we design, build and service mission critical technologies that enable vital applications for data centers, communication networks, and commercial and industrial environments. Formerly Emerson Network Power, we support today's growing mobile and cloud computing markets with our portfolio of power, thermal and infrastructure management products, software and solutions, all complemented by our global service network. We help strengthen the world’s most vital applications by bringing together global reach and local knowledge, and our decades-long heritage including brands like ASCO, Chloride, Liebert, NetSure and Trellis. It’s an uncommon combination of resources and expertise and one that allows you to truly realize what’s possible.
Learn what makes us tick. The vision we aspire to achieve at the direction of our executive team. A bit about our history and our efforts in being a good corporate citizen.
We have a vision of the future and are on a mission to realize what's possible.
Our executive team brings deep critical infrastructure experience and a customer-first focus to our mission of empowering the vital applications of the digital world.
We combine the entrepreneurial spirit of a startup with the resources and reach of an established leader.
Our lives rely on a world where critical technologies always work. Our company video illustrates a day in the life of a doctor and her young daughter and how the technologies and services of Vertiv support the infrastructure that empowers the vital applications of this digital world we live in.
Annual sales, flagship brands, service centers, number of employees and more can be found in our company fact sheet.
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Our lives rely on a world where critical technologies always work. Our company video illustrates a day in the life of a doctor and her young daughter and how the technologies and services of Vertiv support the infrastructure that empowers...
People often ask me: “How can I make my data centre more efficient?” It’s a perfectly reasonable question and one I’m quite fit to answer once I have some basic information.