PCE energises Gitex visitors with its latest UPS offerings

PCE UPS Systems, a global supplier of a wide range of power protection and power quality solutions, is showcasing its latest power protection and backup products at Gitex. The company’s comprehensive line of UPS systems is ideal for any device, from workstations to servers and other office equipment.

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By  Caroline Denslow Published  September 26, 2005

PCE UPS Systems, a global supplier of a wide range of power protection and power quality solutions, is showcasing its latest power protection and backup products at Gitex. The company’s comprehensive line of UPS systems is ideal for any device, from workstations to servers and other office equipment. PCE’s XP series is built for PC workstations. It boasts several useful functions such as automatic voltage regulation, network surge protection, and remote communication and software control via a PC. For servers and critical applications that require high power quality to maintain trouble-free operation, PCE offers the SP series. The SP Series employs state-of-the-art microprocessor controllers to offer pure sine-wave output with capacities ranging from 600VA to 5000VA. The company’s high-end line, the VP series, is suitable for complex systems requiring a first-rate power source to sustain high-availability. In addition, the VP Series provides several essential features such as remote monitoring and control, network surge suppression, and advanced battery management. All three product lines come in rack-mountable configurations that can be easily added to any server and network switching racks. PCE treats Gitex as an affirmation of the company’s success in the region, and as a platform to show how the company differs from other UPS vendors, according to Maroun Charabati, director of PCE UPS Systems. “We are known for our approach of solving everyday power problems simply and efficiently. We have earned a solid reputation for performance that provides customers with confidence in their technology investments,” he says. “We have a very strong presence in the UAE, the other GCC states and North Africa. This is the fourth year we have attended Gitex and we always generate new customers.” Charabati says he is looking forward to the deregularisation of the telecomm market, especially in the UAE, as it will open up new business opportunities for PCE. “Currently Etisalat is monopolising the entire market and although this doesn’t disadvantage us as a company, it will certainly be better when there are other organisations competing,” he concludes.

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