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Enlogic opens NZ account with RackPower partnership

14 Aug 13

Enlogic has appointed RackPower as its first distributor in New Zealand, giving the company exclusive rights to sell Enlogic’s fourth generation range of intelligent Power Distribution Units (PDUs) across the country.

Designed to help local businesses to simplify rack energy management in the data centre, RackPower managing director Peter Martens says the partnership will enable the company to provide a more customer centric solution to Kiwis.

“We’re excited about partnering with Enlogic to provide our customers with a range of intelligent PDUs," he says.

"The Enlogic product portfolio nicely compliments RackPower’s own wide range of NZ manufactured 19” rack PDU solutions.

"Enlogic’s high quality intelligent PDUs complete the range enabling RackPower to provide a complete quality solution for the data centre industry."

The Enlogic energy metering PDU sits within the rack actively monitoring the data centre environment, searching for threats from electrical circuit overloads, and any physical and environmental conditions which might place critical IT computing loads at risk.

Helping to identify energy utilisation and wastage, the solutions also aims to reduce downtime and simplify rack management.

“RackPower has a great reputation in New Zealand and their extensive experience will enable Enlogic to significantly increase brand awareness and product adoption in this emerging market," says Shane Rowan, Country Sales director ANZ, Enlogic.

“With a strong market footprint, RackPower ticked all the right boxes for us and we look forward to working with them to meet what we believe is a growing market trend towards intelligent energy metering products.”

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