Company Overview of Emerson Network Power Co., Ltd.
Emerson Network Power Co., Ltd. develops infrastructure backup systems, power convertors, and uninterrupted power supplies (UPS) which provide data backup and maximizes availability, capacity and efficiency for data centers, and healthcare and industrial facilities. The company also carries out protection research, design, development, and experiment, and provides technical support. Its product line includes iTrustTM series UPS(1KVA-120KVA), PS series communication power supply (20A-6000A), modular power supply, ENYDRIVETM series frequency inverters (0.75~250KW), PowerMaster TM DC system, centralized monitoring system for power equipment and environment, and storage battery. It serves indust...
Building 5, Vision Business Park
9th Gaoxin Boulevard South
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Founded in 1990
Key Executives for Emerson Network Power Co., Ltd.
President of Energy Systems Business
President of Asia Market Operations
President of Europe, Middle East and Africa
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Emerson Network Power Co., Ltd. Key Developments
Emerson Network Power Introduces SmartMod Concrete Universal Enclosure (CUE) for Telecom Sites in North America
Sep 1 15
Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson announced the availability of SmartMod Concrete Universal Enclosure (CUE), a modular solution that provides environmental protection for electronics in the access network. SmartMod CUE is available now in North America. The first of Emerson's SmartMod integrated solutions designed specifically for telecommunications applications, SmartMod CUE provides critical infrastructure for the middle and last mile, and offers security, environmental and electrical protection. Unique features include a hydrophobic filter that provides free-cooling, multiple options for standard thermal management, and cross-connect boxes for fiber and copper cables on the outside of the enclosure. Deployed partially below ground, the SmartMod CUE provides superior weather resistance to severe wind and rain storms that can damage above-ground telecom facilities, reducing the potential for service interruptions and the associated increased capital and operating expenditures for service and repairs. The SmartMod CUE is less than 108 sq. ft. and does not require special building permits for installation in most municipal regions. Noise reduction kits are available to meet municipal noise restrictions.
Emerson Network Names Barry Bunyi as Director of Service Sales in Asia
Jun 19 15
Emerson Network Power announced the appointment of Barry Bunyi as the director of service sales in Asia. Under this new role, Mr. Bunyi will provide regional management to Emerson's service business, driving initiatives that will strengthen Emerson's Life Cycle Management programs to support Emerson's customers in the industrial, telecom, and data center infrastructure industries, and ensure that their critical infrastructure are operating at optimal levels and maximum efficiency. Mr. Bunyi brings to the role an experience gained from close to 20 years of sales and marketing experience in the IT industry, having previously been director and country manager of Dell Philippines. He first joined Emerson in 2010 as director of solution partner business in Asia. In 2013, he held a dual role by acting as country manager for Emerson Network Power in the Philippines.
Emerson Network Power Introduces New Generation of Thermal Controls to Optimize System Performance Across the Data Center
Jun 10 15
Emerson Network Power introduced new Liebert iCOM thermal controls to offer data center managers higher energy efficiency, greater protection and deeper, actionable insight at the cooling unit and thermal management system levels. Available in North America, the next generation of Liebert iCOM unit and supervisory system controls comprise an easy-to-use infrastructure optimization system for monitoring and managing the data center environment and controlling the operation of data center thermal management systems. At the cooling unit level, the Liebert iCOM unit control comes factory installed on certain Emerson Network Power data center thermal management systems and also is available as a retrofit for existing systems. Its highly intuitive, full-color, touch screen simplifies operation, saves time and reduces human error. It is designed to eliminate single points of failure to protect the cooling unit in the event that adverse conditions arise at the system level. Self-optimizing features address events before they become problems. For instance, if refrigerant pressures were to approach unsafe thresholds, the Liebert iCOM unit control would lower fan speed and compressor capacity to avoid a unit shutdown. At the supervisory level, the new Liebert iCOM-S control offers a revolutionary way to harmonize and optimize thermal system performance across the data center, gain quick access to actionable data, and automate system diagnostics and trending. It uses machine-to-machine communication and advanced algorithms that utilize data from rack inlet sensors, pressure sensors and supply air temperatures to optimize airflow and temperature for the protection and efficiency. The pre-programmed teamwork modes of the Liebert iCOM-S optimize and harmonize the entire thermal management system. This type of communication prevents units from working at cross-purposes and allows the system as a whole to adapt to changes in facility-level demand as efficiently as possible to improve efficiency and availability, and reduce system wear and tear. For instance, four data center cooling units with variable capacity fans in teamwork mode can operate 56% more efficiently than four fixed speed units operating autonomously. Teamwork mode can be used in small and large data centers, creating a self-healing infrastructure that detects adverse events and resolves issues before problems arise. The Liebert iCOM-S can also result in up to 20% to 30% lower installation costs by streamlining setup and reducing or eliminating the need for custom integration to building management systems. It can automatically detect and configure up to 4,800 wireless rack sensors as they are added, removed or changed, providing a single point for binding room sensors to cooling unit control groups. It lets managers easily import floor plans for quick setup and customization and is preconfigured for simple building management system (BMS) integration. The large format, touch-screen graphical interface significantly reduces the time it takes to configure the cooling system, change set points, identify adverse events and monitor system thresholds. The Liebert iCOM control may be supported by optional on-site control optimization service and 24-hour tech support with a guaranteed 4-hour service response time for contract customers.
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