Vertiv is the new name, but the company is still an established global industry leader. It’s a trusted partner for the operators in data centres, communication networks and commercial and industrial facilities, and one with newfound speed, focus and flexibility as a standalone company.
With offices in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh cities, Vertiv in Vietnam will build on the broad portfolio of product and service offerings for power, thermal and IT management capabilities it previously offered as Emerson Network Power, including its industry-leading flagship brands ASCO, Chloride, Liebert, NetSure and Trellis.
This follows the global campaign to rebrand Vertiv as a standalone company after completing the sale to Platinum Equity.
Truong Quang Dzung, country manager of Vertiv in Vietnam, said that the company will be aggressively expanding into the telecommunications, banking, healthcare and transportation industries.
“We are seeing strong demand for our products, solutions and services from these industries,” he said, “In the telecommunications industry, for example, local operators are now aggressively increasing their bandwidth and coverage on fixed-line broadband and mobile networks, as well as 4G technologies.”
“Digital transformation is also taking place in the banking and healthcare industries with the increasing deployment of e-services. For many years, Vertiv has been the preferred provider of robust and reliable infrastructure not just in telecom networks, but also in data centres in these industries,” he added.
In addition, Vietnam is also seeing growth in the manufacturing sector, as the country eyes to become a global manufacturing hub.
Apart from its industry leading power, thermal and infrastructure management solutions, Vertiv also has its turnkey data centres, which combine power, thermal and monitoring in a rapidly deployable solution that is more cost effective and efficient than traditional data centre builds.
“We are excited to be Vertiv and we will continue to work closely with our customers and partners in enabling Vietnam’s digital transformation initiatives,” added Dzung.
“Vietnam is a key market for us here in Asia. As Vertiv, we will continue to build on the unmatched legacy and strong foundation we’ve established over the years. We are committed to helping our customers achieve their goals and enable their digital strategies,” Paul Churchill, vice president of Southeast Asia sales at Vertiv, said of the rebrand.