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Delta Electronics drives expansion with Synnex Australia distie partnership

23 Nov 2016

Synnex Australia has signed a distribution deal with power and thermal management solutions firm Delta Electronics.

The partnership will see Synnex distribute Delta’s Mission Critical Infrastructure Solutions (MCIS) across Australia. 

Yu Chen Liao, product director, Synnex Australia, says the partnership reinforces and expands Synnex's power solution offering for partners servicing SMBs to large enterprises, “by providing access to innovative, reliable and efficient power solutions to ensure the continuity of their business.” 

“Delta Electronics is the global leader in switching power supply, offering the most energy efficient power products in the industry,” says Liao.

“Delta Electronics has also received many global awards and recognition for its innovative technology. Delta Electronics MCIS provide highly-reliable and efficient power management products like UPS and datacentre infrastructure solutions for any type and size of businesses,” he explains.

Max Perez, business development manager for MCIS Business Unit, Delta Energy Systems, says MCIS plays an important role in making organisations more competitive, by providing reliable and efficient power management products.

“These include uninterrupted power supplies (UPS), precision cooling, power quality control, and datacentre infrastructure solutions to ensure the continuity of mission critical operations while reducing total cost of ownership,” he says.

Perez says Delta Electrobics is excited to continue its expansion in the IT market together with Synnex to drive growth for both companies.

“This new alliance shows our commitment to the ICT channel, while increasing brand awareness and speed to market, with enhanced logistics capabilities through Synnex’s fully automated logistic centre and national coverage,” he explains.

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