Rhombus is also developing advanced software that combines edge-computing, a web portal and AI for sophisticated diagnostics and preventive maintenance.  -  Photo: Rhombus

Rhombus is also developing advanced software that combines edge-computing, a web portal and AI for sophisticated diagnostics and preventive maintenance.

Photo: Rhombus

In a move supporting its expansion in the vehicle-to-grid, DC fast charging market, BorgWarner Inc. has acquired Rhombus Energy Solutions, a San Diego-based electric charging infrastructure manufacturer, in a transaction valued at up to $185 million.

“The technology that Rhombus brings expands BorgWarner’s electric vehicle portfolio in North America and complements our existing European charging business,” said Frédéric Lissalde, BorgWarner president and CEO.

Headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, BorgWarner, which claims 130 years’ experience in the field of powertrain systems company, today develops “sustainable mobility solutions” providing clean propulsion and efficient technology for light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, as well as off-highway applications.”

Rhombus develops and manufactures products for electric vehicle charging, energy storage, micro grids and energy management. Currently, the company is working on technology and products for lower-cost, smaller form-factor silicon carbide-based systems, and switch-on / switch-off technology to allow prioritization in efficient fleet charging systems.

Rhombus is also developing advanced software that combines edge-computing, a web portal and AI for sophisticated diagnostics and preventive maintenance.

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