Vertiv

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Vertiv
A business of Platinum Equity
Industry Electrical equipment
Headquarters Columbus, Ohio, USA
Key people
Rob Johnson (CEO)
Products critical power systems, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems, power distribution units (PDUs), thermal management, data center infrastructure management, service and site operations
Number of employees
≈ 18,000[1]
Website http://www.vertivco.com/

Vertiv, is an American, Ohio-based provider of equipment and services for datacenters.

Platinum Equity acquired the Emerson Network Power business from Emerson Electric in a transaction valued in excess of $4 billion, completed in December 2016. Emerson also retained a subordinated equity piece in the company.[2]

Since 2016, Rob Johnson has been the chief executive officer of Vertiv.[3]

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Vertiv has more than 18,000 employees and more than 25 manufacturing and assembly facilities around the world. The company has regional headquarters around the world in: Westminster, London, United Kingdom; Miami, Florida; Pasig, Manila, Philippines; Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China; and Mumbai, India.[4]

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