Vertiv enhances portfolio to meet partners’ power needs

The enhancements include the Vertiv Liebert ITA2 and its complementary services. (Image source: Vertiv)

Vertiv, a provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has revealed enhancements to its offering for channel distributors and resellers

The announcement was delivered in response to an increased demand for three-phase uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) from markets outside of cloud, colocation and telco in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

This means that the company’s three-phase UPS from 10-60kVA are now available in the Vertiv Solution Designer tool and shipping from stock in EMEA.

Karsten Winther, EMEA president at Vertiv, explained, “Digitalisation is being leveraged by companies of all sizes and industries, which leads to an increased need for efficient solutions to protect small and medium sites against power outages. The strategic addition of three-phase UPS to our IT channel portfolio allows partners to serve a broader market with industry-leading solutions, enabling businesses to leverage the latest technologies and accelerate their digital transformation journey.”

“As an official Vertiv partner and system integrator for over 30 years, we are seeing more and more opportunities for three-phase UPS systems,” remarked Ronald Lagerberg, team leader Energy Solutions at Endenburg Elektrotechniek. “The extension of Vertiv’s IT channel portfolio expands our options, enabling us to gain substantial logistical, administrative, and financial advantages while enhancing our ability to serve end-users. We look forward to integrating these cutting-edge products into our offerings.”

Partners now have access to a wide range of power protection options courtesy of Vertiv, including medium power solutions to allow businesses to expand their digital footprint while still working with their trusted channel partner. Outside of UPS systems, Vertiv boasts a broad critical infrastructure portfolio to allow operations to run efficiently, increase capacity and potentially lower TCO. According to Vertiv, the solutions will integrate seamlessly with the customer’s existing infrastructure.