Delta Showcases Data Center Solutions at DCD>Indonesia 2018
 
Apr 11, 2018
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Jakarta, Indonesia, April 5, 2018– Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL. subsidiary, Delta Energy Systems (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., showcased Delta’s latest data center infrastructure solutions at DCD>Indonesia 2018. Datacenter Dynamics (DCD) hosted the summit for next-generation data center & cloud infrastructure at the Ritz-Carlton Jakarta. In its 6th year, the annual event brings together business and technology thought-leaders to discuss and find digital-era opportunities for the data center and cloud infrastructure industry in Indonesia.

At the event, Delta highlighted the Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solution. Mr. Jesse Zhuo, Delta Design Manager, came from Taiwan to give an on-site DCIM demonstration with a translation by the Indonesian Delta engineer Mr. Dadang. Many of the Delta partners and customers who attended the demonstration showed high interest in the single-platform software system that offers CIOs and IT managers a central view to track critical information and carry out controls. DCIM’s excellent Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) guarantees cost-effective and environment-friendly data center operations for customers. In addition, Delta displayed the Amplon RT series (single phase) RT6 kVA, N series (single phase) N3 kVA UPS, Ultron series (three phase) HPH20 kVA UPS. Delta’s UPSs boast maximum available power, unsurpassed energy efficiency and superior power performance that make them a top power protection choice for many data centers.

Delta leverages its core competencies to drive innovation in its power management solutions and power protection for data centers. With best-in-class thermal management and energy saving synergy, Delta data center solutions offer customers add-value in terms of reliability, convenience and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) optimization.

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