This agreement will enable customers to access industry-leading solutions especially in the area of critical IT infrastructure.
Global critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions provider Vertiv has extended its five-year strategic collaboration agreement with MDS SI Group.
Commenting on the extension, Karsten Winther, president for Vertiv in Europe, Middle East and Africa said: This renewal underscores the strong collaboration that both organisations have cultivated in the Middle East and Levant region over the past three decades, consistently advancing technology solutions, offering top-tier products and exceptional on-the-ground support.
As we navigate the dynamic digital landscape, we look forward to continuing our journey together towards delivering innovative solutions that cater to the ever-evolving needs of businesses across the region.
Sami Abi Esber, President – MDS SI Group further added: We are very pleased to extend our strategic partnership with Vertiv. As the Middle East takes center stage to be the next global data center hub, companies and industries of all sizes are actively increasing investments in the region. Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure solutions provides an extensive array of programs and services to cater to the essential infrastructure requirements. This will empower data center operators to enhance their operations, fostering greater value with more energy efficient operations, commented .
Echoing the same thoughts, Tassos Peppas, Vertivs regional director for Middle East, Turkey and Central Asia, said: Together we will provide cutting-edge technology solutions to customers across diverse industries to ensure the demand for data management is consistently met with the highest standards, especially in the area of critical IT infrastructure. he added.
In addition to providing the best-in-class products and solutions across the region, Vertiv and MDS SI group remain committed to customer engagement through events and trainings, supporting the adoption of latest technologies across the region. This agreement will enable customers to access industry-leading solutions during a time when trends such as digitalisation, 5G, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other trends are driving growth from hyperscale data centers to the network edge.