CyberPower and Ingram Micro sign deal
- 27 January, 2013 22:00
CyberPower and Ingram Micro have signed a distribution deal that will see Ingram carry a range of power protection and UPS products by CyberPower in New Zealand.
“CyberPower Systems has a suite of products to suit a wide range of customer requirements from large enterprises and data-centres to SOHO offices to consumers looking to provide protection for their home theatre, home networking and high-end audio equipment,” says Melanie Wrann, general manager, Volume Vendor Management, for Ingram Micro.
According to Brad Andrews, CyberPower's national sales manager for ANZ, CyberPower's products offer enterprise-level reliability to small to medium businesses, at prices they can afford.
“Both consumer and SME customers appreciate the design of products such as our BRIC LCD UPS – which is as simple to use as a multi-way power box but offers sophisticated power conditioning, power and network protection and battery backup functionality combined with a simple, easy to understand LCD display,” he says.
Andrews says Ingram Micro will be distributing the full range of CyberPower Systems products in New Zealand, and expects CyberPower’s range of SME and Consumer UPS solutions to be particularly popular in this market.
The new distribution agreement takes place immediately and Ingram Micro will have CyberPower stock available from the end of this month.
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