NBM brings Vertiv data centre portfolio to its reseller network

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IT distributor NBM Technology Solutions has announced a partnership with Vertiv to bring the IT infrastructure provider’s data centre “unrivalled” portfolio to resellers in the UK.

The collaboration will see Vertiv provide its full range of critical IT infrastructure products and services, to companies working in the fields of data centres, telecommunications and internet services, banking and finance, transportation, utilities, logistics and retail.

The portfolio of products available to UK resellers include universal power supplies (UPS), thermal management, racks, PDUs, as well as monitoring systems such as Avocent, Chloride, Geist and Liebert.

“NBM is excited to be able to offer Vertiv’s premium infrastructure and high-performance solutions to our resellers, allowing them to take their deployments to the next level,” said NBM managing director Danny Kindell.

“Vertiv’s broad offering and distinctive channel model was a key reason for our recent partnership. We are impressed by the strong expertise Vertiv provides, and we are eager to grow our business together.”

To ensure resellers are adequately equipped, NBM said it will work closely with businesses to provide the necessary education, training and business development resources, marketing services, as well as pre- and post-sale technical assistance.

“Adding NBM to our distributor network significantly increases our presence in the UK and underpins our rapidly broadening channel strategy,” commented Mark Carlyle, UK channel director at Vertiv. “NBM is a family-run business, dedicated to its customers to provide the highest level of service to its markets.

“This aligns perfectly with Vertiv’s commitment to customer service and satisfaction, so our partnership was a natural choice. We look forward to working with NBM to deliver unrivalled solutions to their partners and customers across the UK.”

Daniel Todd

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