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Emerson Updates Avocent Capacity Planner

Emerson Network Power today introduced the Avocent Data Center Planner, an updated version of Avocent’s software for infrastructure planning and management, previously known as the former Avocent Mergepoint Infrastructure Explorer. Read More

Emerson Makes Higher Bid for Chloride

The bidding war continues for UK critical power equipment vendor Chloride Power. Emerson Electric appears to have seized the upper hand with a revised bid of $1.5 billion, topping a $1.3 billion offer from ABB. Read More

Emerson Offers Data Center Container

Foxconn's data center container business is up against some heavyweight competition, such as Emerson Network Power, whose data center container is pictured here (Image: Emerson)

A growing number of companies are beginning to offer data center container products. They include Emerson Network Power, which is conducting a European road show featuring a 40-foot container product. Read More

ABB Tops Emerson Bid for Chloride

ABB Ltd today made an offer of $1.3 billion for UK-based critical power firm Chloride, topping a $1.1 billion offer made in April by American critical power firm Emerson Electric. The Chloride board has accepted ABB’s 325 pence per share offer. Read More

Emerson Bids $1.1 Billion for UPS Maker Chloride

Emerson Electric (EMR) is making another run at acquiring UK company Chloride Power (CHLD), making a $1.1 billion offer to combine two leading makers of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) equipment. The deal was promptly rejected by Chloride, which said Emerson’s offer undervalued the company. Read More

Data Center Monitoring Key to Cost Savings

This white paper from Aperture explores how real-time access to key data center metrics can help effectively plan and manage capacity, right-size the data center to meet business demands, improve operational efficiency and prevent outages. Read More

Emerson Combines Avocent, Aperture

Emerson Network Power (EMR) is combining its Aperture and new Avocent businesses as a new division focused on helping data center customers better manage their infrastructure, the company said today. The move consolidates two of the company’s recent acquisitions. Read More

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