Carrier Announces Agreement to Acquire Nlyte Software to Strengthen and Expand Data Center Offerings

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., September 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Carrier Global Corporation (NYSE: CARR) today announced it has signed an acquisition agreement Nlyte software (“Nlyte”), a leader in data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software. Nlyte’s proven data center expertise will expand Carrier’s HVAC business’ access to the growing DCIM segment, complement its differentiated Automated Logic Controls business to create integrated customer solutions, and help fulfill its strategic focus on sustainable and intelligent solutions through increased recurring revenue . Carrier is the leading global provider of healthy, safe, sustainable and intelligent solutions for buildings and cold chains.

“Nlyte’s software and services, along with the expertise of its team, will enable Carrier to further develop our data center capabilities and provide enhanced services and solutions to Carrier’s broad, global customer base,” the organization said. Chris Nelson, president, HVAC, carrier. “This is an excellent strategic match and allows us to provide customers with a premium offering of data center controls and infrastructure energy management.”

“This transaction strengthens and expands our data center offering,” said Doug Sabella, CEO, Nlyte. “As a leader in the DCIM market, we can provide new solutions and value-added customer service for HVAC equipment, building automation, controls, security and fire systems. With Carrier’s global presence, Nlyte can reach new segments and geographies.”

Nlyte helps customers manage their IT infrastructure and drive the digital transformation of data centers. The DCIM software provides centralized management of all data center resources, helping organizations plan, view and optimize their data centers for maximum energy efficiency and transparency. These results have helped Nlyte enjoy 98% customer retention.

Nlyte becomes part of Automated Logic Corporation (ALC), Carrier’s Building Automation and Controls division, within Carrier’s HVAC segment. The combination of ALC WebCtrl building automation and Nlyte DCIM systems provides data center customers with a complete intelligent solution to further improve operational efficiency.

Carrier expects to close the acquisition of Nlyte in the fourth quarter of 2021 on customary terms. The terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.

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As a leading global provider of healthy, safe, sustainable and intelligent solutions for buildings and cold chains, Carrier Global Corporation is committed to making the world a safer, more sustainable and more comfortable place for generations to come. From the beginning, we have been at the forefront of inventing new technologies and completely new industries. Today, we continue to lead the way because we have a diverse, world-class workforce that puts the customer at the heart of everything we do. For more information visit or follow us on social media @Carrier.


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