Rittal ME exhibits off-the-shelf data centres at GITEX
Company offers complete data centre systems, in a modular framework
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.”