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Photo Gallery: Vertiv A/NZ and Asia channel summit in Perth

12 Dec 17

Vertiv partner delegates from Australia, New Zealand and Asia gathered in Perth last week to attend the Vertiv Asia Channel Summit 2017.

Delegates attended plenary sessions and a solutions gallery walk through where all Vertiv’s key core-to-edge solutions were on display for our partners to get a close-up look and meet with Vertiv’s regional product managers.

Vertiv (formerly Emerson Network Power) designs, builds and services infrastructure that enables applications for data centres, communication networks and commercial and industrial facilities.

Attendees include Vertiv’s distributors Synnex Australia and Ingram Micro NZ, and partners such as Focus Group Technologies and Natural Power Solutions.

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