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CyberPower Systems signs on with Ingram Micro

30 Jan 13

Ingram Micro has signed a distribution agreement with CyberPower Systems, aimed at bringing a wide range of new power protection and UPS products to market.

New Zealand’s largest distributor of technology products says power protection and management is a strong category at present.

“CyberPower Systems has a suite of products to suit a wide range of customer requirements from large enterprises and data-centres to SOHO offices to consumers looking to provide protection for their home theatre, home networking and high-end audio equipment,” says Melanie Wrann, GM, Ingram Micro.

Brad Andrews, CyberPower’s National Sales Manager for ANZ, says globally CyberPower’s success in the SME and home user market has been driven by being able to offer products with enterprise-level reliability, at a price that SME and home users can afford.

“Both consumer and SME customers appreciate the design of products such as our BRIC LCD UPS – which is as simple to use as a multi-way power box but offers sophisticated power conditioning, power and network protection and battery backup functionality combined with a simple, easy to understand LCD display,” he says.

Andrews says Ingram Micro will be distributing the full range of CyberPower Systems products in New Zealand, and expects CyberPower’s range of SME and Consumer UPS solutions to be particularly popular in this market, including:

• The BRIC LCD UPS – a compact, power-box style UPS solution for home and small office use, with a built-in LCD screen giving instant access to power and battery information. Available in 650va and 850va models.

• PFC Sinewave Series UPS – a pure sine-wave UPS for protecting mid to high-end computer and network equipment. Available in 1300va and 1500va models.

• The Value Series UPS range - offering home and small office users clean and stable battery backup and surge protection for computer and networking equipment. Available in 600va, 800va, 1000va, 1200va, 1500va and 2200va models.

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