According to recent analysis of the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, with the 2017 EMEA Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Leadership.
Vertiv has consistently been mentioned among the top-three global UPS participants because of the exceptional success of its advanced UPS technologies. Its cutting-edge products are perfectly aligned with evolving customer requirements, and boast industry-leading design and scalability. A case in point is the highly innovative Liebert® Trinergy™ Cube UPS, the first static UPS capable of hot-scaling up to 3.4 MW in a single unit, and up to 27 MW when connected in parallel. This power capacity could previously be achieved only by rotary UPS solutions.
A single Liebert® Trinergy Cube solution combines three standard modes of operation and employs an adaptive algorithm based on the quality of the mains to arrive at the best energy-saving mode of operation. In 2016, the company announced enhancements to the Liebert Trinergy Cube UPS, including 200 kW and 400 kW power cores (modules), which increase the product's flexibility and adaptability to diverse power density requirements. It also offers best-in-class average operational efficiency of 98.5 percent using the Trinergy Control, without compromising the seamless protection of the double conversion technology.
Vertiv's AC power UPS portfolio encompasses power ranges from 500 VA to 3.4 MW in a single unit, and provides offline, line-interactive, and online double conversion technologies. Each of its product categories caters to numerous end-user verticals, including niche light industrial applications such as transportation, utility support, healthcare, and industrial processes.
"The company's technology excellence is complemented by its brilliant product positioning and pricing strategy," said Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Gautham Gnanajothi. "Over the last year, it launched products with different price points and features, aimed at enhancing efficiency, scalability, power density, and usability.