Eaton’s new portal helps consultants identify perfect solutions for data centre power systems

Eaton’s new portal helps consultants identify perfect solutions for data centre power systems

Eaton has launched a new web based portal designed to help electrical and IT consultants within the data centre environment identify reliable, cost effective and energy efficient solutions for data centre power systems.

The new portal features an interactive and simple design, which enables users to navigate to the information they require quickly and easily.

Consultants can choose to search for appropriate solutions, and the related product specification documents, either by selecting a specific business critical need, such as energy efficiency or scaleability, or by using the traditional product group menus. Here, all data centre products are divided into power distribution, power quality, heat management and monitoring.

Also, for users who are familiar with the Eaton portfolio, the portal has an option to access individual products directly. Detailed specification documents, as well as drawings, presentations, brochures and application notes are included for every product.

Also available via the portal are white papers and case studies, which provide insightful thought leadership and sector intelligence.

For further information visit: www.eaton.eu/datacenters/consultants

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