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Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, has reached an agreement to purchase Lincoln, Nebraska-based Geist, a privately owned manufacturer of Rack Power Distribution Units (PDUs) and associated data center products.
Vertiv, has acquired Energy Labs, a privately owned, U.S.-based manufacturer of custom air handling systems. The acquisition strengthens Vertiv’s leading position in the data center thermal management space and enables expansion into commercial and industrial segments with industry-leading cooling solutions.
Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, today introduced three high-capacity cooling solutions for the growing colocation and cloud hosting data center markets, enabling providers to save money, reduce risks and more easily manage their facilities.
One of the surprises of the Vertiv Most Critical Industries report was the inclusion of Smart Cities.
Smart Cities ranked seventh in the list, behind the Defense industry, which ranked sixth and Cloud and Colocation, which ranked fifth.
Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, announced a significant cloud-based addition to the Vertiv portfolio that will empower customers with deeper insights across the data center. The Vertiv cloud offering will leverage the collective knowledge gleaned from decades of data center projects to deliver real-time analysis that will simplify and streamline data center operations and planning.