Rittal ME exhibits off-the-shelf data centres at GITEX

Company offers complete data centre systems, in a modular framework

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Rittal ME exhibits off-the-shelf data centres at GITEX Rajan: Globally, we manufacture 15,000 cabinets per day.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 16, 2014

Rittal Middle East has done for the data centre what Dell did for PCs in the 1990s, the company claims. Rittal offers complete data centre systems, in a modular framework, and is using GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2014 to tell delegates that whatever the scale of their organisation, Rittal has a data centre solution that meets its needs.

“We offer the complete data centre physical infrastructure,” Rajesh Rajan, Sales Manager, Middle East, IT Infrastructure, Rittal Middle East, tells GITEX Times. “[We cover] all the important elements of a data centre: the racks, the power system, the cooling system, monitoring, security and remote management.”

Rittal has more than 63 subsidiaries worldwide. The company has claimed market-leading positions in a number of segments.

As Rajan explains: “When it comes to cabinets we are pretty strong. We manufacture 15,000 cabinets a day, which makes Rittal the biggest cabinet manufacturer in the world; 100% of HP, 100% of Dell and at least 80% of IBM cabinets are manufactured by Rittal.”

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