Vertiv Announces Distribution Partnership with Tech First Gulf

Vertiv ( (NYSE: VRT), a global provider of business continuity and critical digital infrastructure solutions, today announced a distribution partnership with Tech First Gulf (TFG), a leader in IT infrastructure and security. distributor added.

With this partnership accelerating market presence in East Africa, Vertiv will strengthen TFG’s existing portfolio with its robust power and IT infrastructure solutions for data centers and edge applications.

Additionally, TFG provides its partners and customers with enhanced logistics support, easy credits and local currency payments and will act as an extended arm of Vertiv by providing end-to-end installation, as well as service and maintenance for clients.

TFG positions itself as a “One-Stop-Shop” for the digital infrastructure of its partners and customers. With this partnership, TFG will integrate Vertiv’s comprehensive portfolio of IT technologies and services, including Liebert® uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) such as the Liebert® GXT5 UPS, an online double-conversion UPS solution that provides protection premium against power outages and continuous power. packaged in a compact and flexible rack/tower form factor, and dedicated software for partners and customers.

Also included are Vertiv’s turnkey solutions such as Vertiv™ SmartCabinet™, a pre-configured, self-contained solution that delivers the efficiency, economy, interoperability and control needed to implement an exceptional infrastructure strategy. Simple to set up and use, as it maximizes existing infrastructure and gives administrators seamless control, SmartCabinet™ saves time on integration and installation compared to selecting and installing solutions individual rack, cooling, power and monitoring.

Hemant Mali, Managing Director, TFG, and Susan W., Country Manager, TFG Kenya, said, “We are delighted to begin this partnership with Vertiv, which will not only complement our infrastructure portfolio, particularly in the modular data centers, but also opens the Vertiv Partner Program (VPP) ( to our resellers, with benefits such as training, incentives to grow with Vertiv and assistance needed to respond quickly to customer requests. continuing our journey of innovation and disruption in IT infrastructure growth with industry-leading Vertiv infrastructure solutions.”

“In the era of Industry 4.0, increasing interconnectivity and intelligent automation, this distribution partnership will provide customers in East Africa with industry-leading data center solutions and expertise to support their digital transformation journey,” said Pierre Havenga, Managing Director of Vertiv in the Middle East and Africa region.

(With contributions from APO)

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