Tripp Lite to stress need for ‘personalised infrastructure’ at GITEX
Infrastructure specialist to focus on high-availability challenges
Data centre infrastructure specialist Tripp Lite will be bring the latest in its power protection and connectivity solutions to the 35th annual GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.
The company plans to show attendees how they can develop a "complete, personalised" infrastructure solution.
"The data centre industry in the Middle East is booming, but recent trends like demand for 100% availability, virtualisation and cloud computing, are presenting difficult challenges to today's IT managers," Tripp Lite said in a statement.
The company cites "exponential" growth in storage requirements that have led to higher-density data centres with higher energy demands.
Alexander Khalaev, Tripp Lite's vice president of Sales for MENA, CIS and Baltics, said: "We look forward to attending GITEX alongside Redington Value Distribution, one of our key partners in the region, because it will allow us to talk with a diverse group of IT professionals and gain valuable insight into the problems that they face on a day-to-day basis. Plus, we will have the opportunity to discuss how Tripp Lite's solutions can help solve these problems."
This year, Tripp Lite will be demonstrating the latest additions to its product categories, including UPS systems; PDUs; racks and cooling solutions; cables and connectivity products; and power inverters.
"One of our most significant new releases to the Middle East market this year was the versatile APSX4048SW, which provides up to 4000 watts of pure-sine-wave output and can function as an extended-run UPS, power source and inverter," Khalaev said.