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- 20 September 2017 14:03
UPS Power Solutions appointed Zellabox Distributor for NZ
Angie Keeler Zellabox’s CEO says “UPS Power Solutions are the ideal distribution partner due to their engineering expertise, proactive approach and Raritan knowledge, which is a key component of the Zellabox solution.”
Zellaboxes are quiet enough to be housed in a reception or office space yet robust enough to survive the toughest of environments due to their IP65 rating.
Nicky Blackmore UPS Power Solutions General Manager, says “the distribution agreement, which covers the full range of Zellabox’s Micro Datacenters, will enable UPS Power Solutions to offer robust, portable, pre-configured solutions for customers who need to deploy in infrastructure poor environments or to support Edge computing”
Zellabox offers control and monitoring of critical infrastructure from one single location, simplifying management of IT assets.
Zellabox is fully compliant with all requirements of a full datacentre incorporating the 8 disciplines of datacentre engineering and offers peace of mind, knowing where your data is and that it is totally secure. Productivity and efficiency are key to company performance so knowing how your network and IT infrastructure assets are performing is vital.
Zellabox models include the 12U (just 1.2m high and the world’s smallest datacenter), the 25U through to the 38U model.
New Zealand customers will get their first opportunity to see a Zellabox Micro Datacentre on the UPS Power Solutions Stand E04 at Facilities Integrate Show at ASB Showgrounds in Auckland on 27th and 28th September.
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