Emerson Network Power

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Emerson Network Power
A business of Emerson Electric Company
Headquarters Columbus, Ohio, USA
Key people
David N. Farr,
Chairman, CEO, and President, Emerson
D. Scott Barbour,
Executive Vice President, Emerson Network Power
Jay Geldmacher,
Executive Vice President, Emerson Network Power
Revenue $6.8 billion (fiscal 2011)
Number of employees
≈ 50,000 (fiscal 2011)
Website www.emersonnetworkpower.com

Emerson Network Power – a division of Emerson Electric Company – is a global technology company that specializes in the development and manufacture of power backup systems, power supplies, embedded computing solutions, precision cooling, racks/enclosures, infrastructure management, and connectivity technologies for original equipment manufacturers, telecommunications service providers, data center professionals, health care IT managers, and industrial facility managers. Emerson Network Power has global headquarters in Columbus, Ohio.


About Emerson Network Power[edit]

Emerson formed its Network Power business platform in 2000 as an extension of the company’s rebranding efforts. The platform is composed of brands and subsidiary businesses that specialize in providing solutions for technology infrastructure protection ranging from “grid-level” technologies to integrated system components.

Participation in Industry Consortiums[edit]

The Green Grid[edit]

Emerson joined the The Green Grid consortium in 2007.[1]

ASHRAE[edit]

ASHRAE, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers.[2] Fred Stack, vice president of marketing for Emerson Network Power’s Liebert Precision Cooling business, was named chairman of ASHRAE’s Technical Committee 9.9 (Mission Critical Facilities, Technology Spaces, & Electronic Equipment / Systems) in 2008.[3]

OpenSAF Foundation[edit]

The Open Service Availability Forum (also known as OpenSAF). Emerson Network Power’s Embedded Computing business is a founding member of the foundation. [4]


Brands and Businesses[edit]

Individual Emerson Network Power brands and businesses (along with corresponding technology offerings) include:

  • ASCO / Firetrol
    • Power Transfer Switches, Specialty Transfer Switches and Switchboards, Power Control Systems, Power Monitoring and Control, Industrial Controls, Switch Monitoring, Alarm Panels, Jockey Pump Controllers, Electric and Medium Voltage Fire Pump Controllers, Diesel Engine Fire Pump, Power Transfer Switches, Emergency Power Optimization Services
  • Connectivity Solutions
    • Connectors, Microwave Components, CATV Components, Coaxial Cable Assemblies, Structured Cabling & Connectors, Tools & Accessories
  • Embedded Power
    • AC-DC Power Supplies, DC-DC Converters
  • Energy Systems / NetSure
    • DC Power Supplies, AC-DC Power Systems, DC-DC Converter Systems, DC-AC Inverter Systems, DC UPS, Batteries and Accessories, Monitoring, Outside Plant (Building Entrance, Buried Distribution, CATV Equipment, Connectors and Frames, Containerized Infrastructure, Cross-Connect Cabinets, Fiber Optic Enclosures, Power Transfer Switches, Remote Terminals, Terminal Blocks and Wireless Solutions), Fiber Distribution Hubs, Communication Networks, Telecommunications Services, 400V DC Power, Renewable and Hybrid Energy
  • Knurr
    • Server Racks and Integrated Cabinets
  • Surge Protection
    • Active Tracking Filters, Surge Suppression Equipment (TVSS)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Green Grid Looks For New Data Center Energy-Efficiency Ideas”, ‘’Information Week’’, February 26, 2007. [1]
  2. ^ "About Us," ASHRAE.org[2]
  3. ^ “New chairman for ASHRAE TC9.9 Committee”, Data Center Journal. [3]
  4. ^ “About Us”, OpenSAF.org. [4]
  5. ^ "Emerson Delivers Free Energy Logic Blueprint for Building a Power Efficient Data Center”, ‘’InfoWorld’’ datacenter-731
  6. ^ "Emerson Calls for Industrywide Metric for Measuring Data,” ‘’Bloomberg’’, November 18, 2008.[5]