Tripp Lite launches new integration service
Dubai, July 3, 2011
Tripp Lite, a global manufacturer of power protection equipment, launched its new solutions integration service, designed to help customers maximize the full potential of their data infrastructure.
The new offering is a complimentary consultation source will also help meet their uptime goals affordably, a statement said.
The launch is in line with Tripp Lite's commitment to roll out products and solutions that have been designed to answer the challenges of the region’s move towards improved power connectivity and protection while also providing expert technical advice and guidance on IT infrastructure expansion.
According to Tripp Lite, one of the growing trends in today's businesses include the growing dependence on mission-critical systems, increases in server density and the adoption of Internet-based telecommunications.
These new trends have made the development of data infrastructure projects more challenging but are also presented with more risks to deal with. To help address this issue, Tripp Lite is introducing the solution integration service as a key guide to help Middle East businesses navigate the complexities and potential pitfalls of complex projects, the company statement said.
Utilising the newly launched service will allow Tripp Lite's expert team of project engineers, power specialists and data centre designers to come up with a specially customized solution that would best fit a customer's requirements with no additional cost.
The customized solution is a result of a thorough assessment and recommendation made to produce key results like availability, manageability, efficiency and affordability.
"Tripp Lite’s Solution Integration Service is an ideal means by which IT managers can maximize system availability, simplify management, optimize system efficiency and lower the cost of ownership,” said Vipin Sharma, vice president, Middle East, Africa and CIS Sales, Tripp Lite.
"We provide clear alternatives that allow our customers to strike a balance between technical and budgetary considerations.”
The Tripp Lite Solution Integration Service can help define the objectives and technical requirements needed in improving the company’s data infrastructure. During the initial phase, the Tripp Lite technical team will conduct an initial evaluation of the existing systems, infrastructure and power capacity requirements.
The team will then provide a detailed recommendation and report that aims to integrate components with existing systems that will also help in preparation of the system’s expansion and growth.
The report will also include detailed project requirements, BOMs, specifications, installation considerations and ongoing support options.
“The Middle East region is fast becoming a global hub for IT and telecommunications, ably reflected with the continuing infusion of investments directed towards the development of more data centre and telecommunication facilities,” Sharma said.
“Tripp Lite remains committed to providing leading businesses and enterprises with the much needed products, solutions and services that can help them move forward and allow for more growth and development in the region,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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