AEG Power Solutions Appoints Mayflex to champion UPS Channel Sales
AEG Power Solutions has announced the appointment of Mayflex UK Ltd. as distribution partner for its growing range of technology leading, energy efficient back-up power and UPS solutions. Mayflex is a well-known distributor of cabling infrastructure, networking and physical security products with operations in the UK and EMEA. Commenting upon the agreement, Stuart Priest, UK Channel Manager for AEG Power Solutions said, “Mayflex is an ideal fit for AEG Power Solutions channel strategy. As a dynamic and growth oriented organisation, Mayflex combines UPS knowledge with the opportunity to add-value through mass-cabling solutions.”
Mayflex will have access to AEG Power Solutions’ full range of power protection products from its PROTECT A UPS for workstations through to the recently introduced PROTECT B. and PROTECT D. families for data centre applications which offer users new standards of energy efficiency and operational convenience. With an efficiency of 98% the revised line-interactive PROTECT B. UPS series now offers the best series-in-class standards, while the PROTECT D. is a new family of Online UPS with a power factor of 0.9 thanks to AEG Power Solutions’ “ECO Mode +” high energy efficiency function for high-performance communications, IT installations and data centres. For protecting networks and computer centres the high power PROTECT 1 and PROTECT 1M UPS families will also be available to Mayflex, offering VFI topology (online double conversion), scalable and redundant n+x technology secure power up to 24KVA.
Stuart Priest added;”This is the latest in a number of strategic appointments we have made to develop sales of our UPS products through channel partnerships. Mayflex is a premium distributor in the UK and we are pleased to be partnering with them to sell our full range of UPS’s. Our Protect A, B and C range are ideal for supporting desktop, PC servers and networking equipment as well as a number of SOHO applications. AEG is quickly building a strong reputation in the channel as our product sets offer quality, reliability and legendary German engineering at a competitive price.”
Andrew Percival, Managing Director at Mayflex, knows this new partnership is a positive step for Mayflex, commenting, “We’re always looking for ways to increase our offering, but we only ever choose to partner with the most technically advanced, innovative manufacturers. AEG certainly meet those requirements and we know that their range of UPS systems, at such competitive prices, will add to our complete IP communication offering.”
The appointment of Mayflex continues AEG Power Solutions’ intention to achieve a dominant proportion of sales of its range of single-phase UPS as well as certain three-phase products via UK Channels, by offering competitively priced, state of the art high efficiency products together with channel-friendly service opportunities. Mayflex will be taking advantage of AEG Power Solutions’ recently announced Power Partner Program (P3). The new program has been designed to build productive partnerships with successful resellers and to offer mutual growth opportunities.
By offering excellent products and first class support AEG Power Solutions is confident its new partner program will appeal to distributors looking to be associated with a global brand and who wish to make healthy margins. AEG Power Solutions helps customers worldwide meet their power challenges with innovative, world-class power solutions ranging from high reliability UPS systems, including its Protect Home and Protect A, B, C and D uninterruptible power supplies for data centres and IT networks to power conversion modules, industrial chargers and DC systems. The company has extensive expertise across data, IT, industrial, power generation, transport, oil, gas & solar sectors. For more information contact AEG Power Solutions on +44 (0)208 498 1100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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