Monday, 03 February 2020 11:59

Delta appoints Steve Lovelace to national channel role

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Delta Electronics Australia has appointed Steve Lovelace as national channel manager for its mission critical systems team.

Lovelace’s appointment coincides with Delta’s launch of a new range of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) devices that it says delivers a high-power-density rack/tower solution in a much smaller footprint.

Delta says that in his new role Lovelace will be placing emphasis on specific routes to market including alliance partners, value-add resellers and distributors, service providers and system integrators.

David Leal, Eltek regional president–APAC and country manager for Delta Electronics Australia, said, "Today’s successful channel companies are extremely diverse, competitive and agile while continually seeking additional revenue streams and increase diminishing margins”.

"It’s a very exciting time for Delta and the IT channel as we recognise our partners are diversifying and evolving to the present need for mission critical requirements. Our mission, which is to provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow, is being directly addressed through Steve’s appointment and our ongoing investment and support.

“We are definitely moving in the right direction to deliver this to our customers."

Delta says the Amplon UPS RT 1-20kVA range of UPS is its most complete power solution for mission critical ICT environments, “providing Australian organisations access to significant operations and energy-saving features such as a high output power factor of 0.9 that provides more real power to critical loads; operation temperature tolerance up to 50°C; up to 94 per cent AC-AC efficiency and 97 per cent efficiency in ECO mode; and intelligent battery management to sustain battery life and performance”.

“This new model has a much smaller footprint than other models, which can save up to 67% of space, and excellent local communications through a rotatable LCD display.”


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