Tripp Lite to Participate in The Data Center World London

Author:OMO Release Date: Mar 5, 2018


February 27, 2018, Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of solutions to power, connect, secure and protect IT equipment for data center environments announced its participation in the world’s largest and best attended independent data center event, Data Centre World London, this March 21st-22nd. Tripp Lite is located in booth D120 in the exhibit hall of London’s ExCeL convention center.

As a global supplier of solutions critical to supporting data center operations, Tripp Lite intends to highlight an array of infrastructure hardware solutions, including a broad line of rack enclosures, power distribution units (including networked and managed PDUs in both single- and 3-phase), cooling solutions, network switches and networking connectivity products including new high-density 8.3/125 singlemode breakout panels.

In addressing the specific needs of the data center customer, Tripp Lite adds customization capability to its product development practice, enabling a "solution sales" structure for this market. The data center solution set is further enhanced by software products, including network power management, SNMP, environmental monitoring, asset management and a multi-device management suite designed for infrastructure environments.

“We plan to exhibit a broad array of solutions designed to improve efficiency, lower costs and secure data center operations,” said Bryn Morgan, Tripp Lite Vice President of International Business. “As the demand for data storage grows, Tripp Lite solutions address data center managers needs for IT infrastructure solutions that provide reliable backup power, power management, cooling, security and connectivity.”

About Data Centre World

Data Centre World is among the world’s largest and best-attended technology events and targets those who build and run data centers, from small server rooms to tier IV data centers, along with industry leaders, analysts and top technologists from all four corners of the globe.