Tech Data extends power management portfolio with Eaton

By Simon Meredith | 1st June 2017
  • Addition of major manufacturer significantly strengthens Tech Data’s power management portfolio
  • Gives resellers across the UK the opportunity to make the leading brand part of their integrated solutions

Basingstoke, 01 June 2017 – Tech Data, one of the world’s largest wholesale distributors of technology products, has extended its range of power management solutions by signing a distribution agreement with Eaton, the leading supplier of energy-efficient solutions for data centres and critical systems.

With immediate effect, the complete Eaton range of UPS Backup Power and Monitoring products will be available from Tech Data, as well as a comprehensive choice of uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs), which includes DC power solutions, surge protection and monitoring devices.

As well as delivering quality and reliable performance, Eaton power solutions help customers to manage their overall power consumption and meet environmental goals without compromising the safety of their business-critical architecture and systems.

Paul Jacobs, PC Components, CE and Accessories Director at Tech Data, stated: “Eaton is a leading player in power management, a well-known and trusted brand that has strong appeal to both enterprises and SMBs. It’s a highly significant addition to our range. All customers want to ensure smooth and continuous operation of their data centres, servers and vital systems, such as key workstations and security appliances. We’ll be working with Eaton to maximise the potential for resellers addressing both the commercial and public sectors.”

Commenting on behalf of Eaton, David Oddie, IT Channel Manager said: “Organisations are now increasingly dependent on their IT and power protection is more vital to infrastructures than ever before. This agreement between Eaton and Tech Data will give resellers in the UK and Ireland the opportunity to integrate Eaton’s power management solutions into their complete value propositions and provide added protection for their customers most critical systems.”

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