Lithium-ion batteries are giving data centers a competitive edge by enhancing operations and reducing system downtime.
Optimize the efficiency of your data center with Vertiv’s Cooling Systems. Learn how the self-contained Liebert CRV cooling unit delivers high reliability.
Increase the efficiency of a data center’s cooling infrastructure with the Liebert® DSE™, an integrated system with thermal management and control.
As a data center evolves, managers need to keep track of equipment, metrics, and preventative maintenance.
Environmental threats are a common cause of data center downtime. Environmental monitoring solutions help maintain data center availability.
To avoid power disturbances and system downtime, it’s important to identify data center power problems and implement steps to reduce risks.
An energy efficient data center doesn’t just save energy, it reduces waste, improves reliability, & saves money.
Tiny data centers, like Vertiv’s SmartRow, save time and money for businesses who need a practical way of operating more efficiently with a smaller IT space.
With the growing importance of small IT spaces, it’s important to have the right equipment and support for your IDF room.
Downtime can cost you time, money, and your reputation. A Vertiv business partner can help develop a strategy to reduce data center downtime.
How can you unlock hidden potential in your data center to better meet the needs of customers? In our work with diverse data center teams across the country, from tiny to mega — each relies on two keys, data center assessment and innovative solutions.
Cost savings and carbon footprint reduction can sometimes seem like opposing goals. But there’s one place where the two go hand-in-hand: the data center.
According to the Uptime Institute, data centers are responsible for as much as 35 percent of total energy use in non-manufacturing, information-intensive companies. But despite the data center’s heavy power load there is a great opportunity to save money through more effective energy management.
According to research by the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of an unplanned data center outage in 2015 was $740,357. A report by Verizon showed even small data breaches — those with fewer than 100 files lost – may cost between $18,120 and $35,730. The top causes of technology outages include: equipment failure, UPS failure, cybercrime, and human error. What will you do if your technology infrastructure experiences an unexpected failure?
Technology is constantly evolving, and the processes and skills needed to manage it efficiently must evolve as well. Availability, security, and skills are key to ensure continuous efficient operations and the flexibility to meet the dynamic needs of customers.
ST. LOUIS, August 2, 2016 – Emerson (NYSE: EMR) today announced an agreement to sell Network Power to Platinum Equity and a group of co-investors. The transaction is valued at $4 billion and Emerson will retain a subordinated interest in Network Power. The sale of Network Power is expected to close by December 31, 2016, subject to customary regulatory approvals.